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Who do you want to be the next Toon legend? Vote here!
Who do you want to be the next member of the Newcastle United Hall of Fame? Look at my 10 candidates below and vote for the player you think deserves his place with the rest of the Newcastle legends. Then, just cast your vote in the box and check back to the site to see who won around the 15th November.
Will you vote for Rob Lee........

1. Andy Aitkin- 1895-1906. One of the earliest Newcastle players, Aitkin played over 300 games for Toon in 11 in defence. He also captained the side in his later years at the club.

2. Bill Appleyard - 1903-08. Burly striker who scored 87 goals in 145 games and was the key to the early successful Newcastle sides, winning the league at the club twice.

3. Frank Brennan - 1946-56. Towering 6ft 3in central defender who helped the Magpies win 2 FA Cups in the 1950s and earnt the nickname "Rock of Tyneside".

4. Neil Harris - 1920-25. Small striker who spent five years at the club and scored 87 league goals and also notched up one in the 1924 FA Cup win.

5. Rob Lee -1992-2002. Played over 300 Premiership games for Newcastle and scored 42 league goals from midfield in 10 seasons at the club. Now at Derby County.

..Or will Micky Quinn or someone else? You decide!

6. Tom Macdonald - 1921-31. Left sided midfielder who scored 100 goals for Newcastle in 10 years and 341 league appearences. He also won the FA Cup in 1924.

7. Mirandinha - 1987-88. Brazilian striker who only spent a year at St James Park, but scored 20 goals in 52 league appearences and thrilled the Geordie crowd.

8. Bobby Mitchell -1949-61. "Bobby Dazzler" was a left winger and scored 95 league goals for Toon and also scored in the triumphant 1955 FA Cup win over Man City.

9. Micky Quinn -1989-92. Scored 59 goals in 3 years at the Magpies and famously scored 4 goals on his debut against Leeds in 1989, and was popular at the club.

10. John Tudor- 1971-76. Tudor scored 73 goals for Newcastle as an attacking midfielder and worked well with Malcolm Macdonald in the early 70s.