PARTICK THISTLE have announced the five Firhill legends who will become the latest names added to the club's Hall of Fame.
The Jags will host their annual induction dinner on Friday, November 18, where Bertie Auld, Chic Charnley, Danny Lennon, Peter McKennan and Alex O'Hara will join the club's most famous sons.
Auld becomes the third former Jags boss to take his place in the Hall of Fame, following in the footsteps of 1971 League Cup-winning boss David McParland and Firhill legend John Lambie.
Few players have delighted the Thistle crowd as much as Charnley over the years, with the enigmatic midfielder joining the club on no fewer than four occasions after being first signed by Lambie in 1989.
Charnley, who last signed for Thistle as a coach nine years ago, scored 34 goals in 148 appearances for the Jags.
The third legend to be recognised, Danny Lennon, led Thistle to consecutive promotions and a place in the Premier League in 2001.
The midfielder, now the boss of SPL side St Mirren, made over 100 appearances for the club before joining Gretna.
It is not just players of the modern era who will be rewarded for their service, however.
Peter McKennan joined Thistle from Whitburn Juniors in 1934 and, at just 17, remains one of the club's youngest-ever goal scorers.
The Second World War limited McKennan's appearances for the Jags but he netted an impressive 113 goals in 198 games before moving to West Brom in 1948.
The final legend, Alex O'Hara, made almost 300 appearances for the Jags after moving from Rangers for £25,000 in 1977, with his intelligent play and goalscoring exploits making him an firm Firhill favourite.
lTickets for the Partick Thistle Hall of Fame dinner cost £45 for season tickets holders and £50 for non-season ticket holders.
For further details, visit ptfc.co.uk or phone 0871 402 1971.