Wall of Fame induction

21st October 2013

The latest batch of Swansea City legends were inducted into the Robbie James Wall of Fame by the Supporters Trust before the home game with Sunderland.
Twenty new names were added to the wall, which marks the special achievements of those who have played an integral role in the club's history.
Chairman Huw Jenkins officially unveiled the new plagues while club chaplain Kevin Johns spoke of the importance of recognising the roles the inductees played at the club along and why being part of the Swansea City family is special to him.
This year's new inductees include: Jeremy Charles, Leighton James, Tommy Hutchison, Chris Coleman, Noel Dwyer, Geoff Thomas, David Gwyther, Vic Gomersall, Len Allchurch, Billy Hole, Roy Paul, Billy Lucas, Mel Charles, Frank Burrows, Steve Jenkins, Cliff Jones, Joe Sykes, Terry Medwin, Jimmy McLaughlin and Nigel Stevenson.
They joined the first batch of inductees, which were: The current wall of fame inductees are: Jack Fowler, Roger Freestone, Bob Latchford, Mel Nurse, Herbie Williams, Alan Curtis, Cyril Pearce, Harry Griffiths, Ivor Allchurch, James Thomas, Nick Cusack, Brian Evans, Keith Walker, John Toshack, Wilf Milne, Lee Trundle, Wyndham Evans, Dudley Lewis, Len Thompson, John Cornforth.

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