ONLY seven players since the Second World War have earned full England caps while with Town.
One of them, Harold Hassall, is featured this week among those nominated for the list of Town's top 100 favourites.
He had played fewer than 60 games for the club when his call-up came in 1951 - quite a remarkable achievement.
For the record, the other post-war England internationals are Vic Metcalfe, Willie Watson (Victory International), Ron Staniforth, Bill McGarry, Ray Wilson and Mike O'Grady.
A popular Scot, Willie Davie, is also nominated this week alongside long-serving local stalwart Brian Gibson and the flamboyant Terry Curran, who had just one season at Leeds Road under Mick Buxton.
They will be considered by a panel of judges for inclusion in a book of Town favourites to be published in conjunction with the club's 2008 centenary.
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LOCALLY-born right-back Brian Gibson was one of Town's unsung heroes.
While rarely a regular choice, he was a loyal clubman who always gave his best and eventually formed a solid rearguard with Ray Wilson after a long apprenticeship as understudy to Ron Staniforth.
Gibson was signed by George Stephenson in May 1951, from Huddersfield & District League side Paddock Athletic, and made his debut during the early part of the following season.
At the end of the season, Town were relegated for the first time in their history and, with Staniforth and Laurie Kelly seemingly immovable at full-back, he rarely got a look-in over the next three years and did not make a single appearance as the Leeds Road club regained their First Division place at the first attempt.
An extended run in the first team came during 1955-56, but again Town suffered relegation and henceforth he was in and out of the side for Brian.
Strangely enough, the season in which he missed fewest games was one of his last, 1959-60, when he played 39 times and scored his only goal for the senior side - in a 3-0 home win against Lincoln City.
Gibson made his final appearance in a third-round FA Cup victory over Rotherham United at Leeds Road on January 9, 1962.
He later worked for the club in their pools office and he still lives in Huddersfield.
Nominated by: Trevor Sykes, Honley.
INSIDE forward Willie Davie began his career with Scottish First Division club St Mirren, signing as a professional for them in January 1946.
He cost Second Division Luton a five-figure fee in December 1950 and scored 11 goals in a 12-month stay at Kenilworth Road, helping the Hatters to avoid a second successive relegation.
In December 1951, with Luton still reeling from a heavy financial loss at the end of the previous season, Davie was transferred to Town for £22,500, a record sum for both clubs.
Far from letting the fee become a burden, he made an immediate impact at Leeds Road playing alongside Vic Metcalfe, but even his effectiveness as a schemer could not prevent Town dropping into Division Two at the end of the season.
Although troubled by injury, Davie - who was born in Paisley in January 1927 - proved an influential figure as he helped Town to an instant promotion the following season, when he made a total of 33 appearances in a team which was largely unchanged all campaign.
Town, though, went down again in 1956 and, after losing his place during the following Second Division campaign, Davie was transferred to Walsall in July 1957 by new Leeds Road manager Bill Shankly.
After appearing in only seven League fixtures for the Third Division South strugglers in his only season at Fellows Park, he left League football in July 1958.
Davie then had a spell with Bath City.
Nominated by: Peter North, Milnsbridge.
HAROLD HASSALL signed on amateur forms with Town when he was only 14 and went on to play for England.
Spotted playing with Astley and Tyldesley, while he was captain of Leigh Grammar School, Hassall broke into the Town first team in 1948.
He and Jeff Taylor later made a favourable impression on the goalscoring front but it wasn't until 1950-51 that Hassall became established in the Town midfield.
Incredibly, after only one full season as a regular, he was selected to play for England against Scotland.
That honour came just a week after he was picked as reserve for the League XI to face the League of Ireland.
At the time of his England call-up, he had played fewer than 60 senior matches - a measure of his quality.
He earned a total of four England caps and joined Bolton early in 1952.
Nominated by: Ken England, Battyeford
TERRY CURRAN was already well known in Yorkshire football when he signed for Town.
He was brought in on a free transfer by manager Mick Buxton to add some spark to a side which, the previous summer, had lost Mark Lillis to Manchester City in a tribunal-fixed £132,000 deal.
A colourful character, Curran did exactly that, scoring eight times and setting up goals for the likes of Dale Tempest and David Cork, but Town could finish only 16th.
With previous clubs including Bury, Derby County, Southampton, Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United before Everton, it was no surprise his wandering continued when he moved to Greece.
Nominated by: Peter North, Milnsbridge.