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Newcastle ready to launch Hall of Fame
SOME of the biggest names from Newcastle United's illustrious history will return to St. James' Park tomorrow as the club's official charity, the Newcastle United Foundation, celebrates its inaugural Hall of Fame dinner.
Magpies heroes including Alan Shearer, Bob Moncur, Peter Beardsley and Faustino Asprilla will be joined by current players, staff and supporters to see the first batch of club legends inducted into the newly-created Hall of Fame.
There are five categories in total, with five nominated players being inducted alongside two legendary teams, a revered manager and two special individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the community and grassroots football.
Inductees will be announced on the night after being voted for by supporters on the club's official website.
Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi said: "There have been some incredible players who have represented Newcastle United over the years so it's great to get together and recognise and celebrate their contributions.
"It's also a big night for the Newcastle United Foundation. Being from the city, I know this club has one of the strongest connections with its community in the country so the Foundation's work is a huge part of what we're all about. We're delighted to support them."
The event will be hosted by Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling and sponsored by the Malhotra Group.
Sarah Medcalf, fundraising manager at Newcastle United Foundation, said: "The club has produced so many footballing legends and this is an opportunity not just to honour them, but to also shine a light on those whose dedication to the sport has been just as great but who may not be so well known."
All funds raised from the night will go to the Newcastle United Foundation, which supports over 38,000 disadvantaged children, young people and families throughout the North-East every year.