Another two former Newcastle United players have been inducted into the National Football Museum’s Hall of Fame.

They join the likes of United legends Hughe Gallacher and Alan Shearer, as well as many more illustrious names from football’s past.

The first is Welshman Ivor Allchurch scored 46 goals in 143 league appearances for Newcastle between 1958 and 1962.

Whilst also being inducted is former England and United defender Stuart Pearce,  who may have been coming towards the end of his top level days but still showed Newcastle fans 100% commitment.

The 2015 list also includes Gary Neville, Alan Mullery, Paul McGrath, Norman Hunter, Mullery, ex-Arsenal ladies defender Faye White and Gary Davies, one of the heroes of the England Cerebral Palsy team who continues to dedicate his life to football through youth team coaching.

The 2015 hall of fame intake will all be inducted at an awards ceremony on 14th October.