Vote Now For Swindon Town
As part of its Centenary Year, The Professional Footballers Association is putting together a list of the top 100 players who have played professional football over the last 100 years. One player will be selected from each of the 100 professional clubs to have played in the football league throughout the last 100 years. To help fans vote the PFA, together with the football clubs and a panel of sports journalists, have put together a top ten list for each club. Your job is to vote for your favourite player from the list. The winning player will go into the PFA Centenary Hall of Fame. Remember we`re looking for the greatest player to have played for Swindon over the last 100 years so you may have to dig out your history books!
Everyone who votes will be automatically entered into the prize draw to win tickets to the PFA Centenary England XI against the Rest of the World match.
On 2nd December 1907 The PFA was formed and 100 years on to the day on 2nd December 2007 The City of Manchester Stadium will host one of the biggest games of the season. England, under the management of Terry Venables and captained by Alan Shearer will take on World XI team managed by Jurgen Klinsman, with Gianfranco Zola as captain. All money raised from the match will go toward the PFA`s One Goal, One Million campaign to build a new wing at the National University Children`s Hospital in Manchester.
Please choose your favourite player from this list and email firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Swindon Town Favourite Player` as the subject header.
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