FA Cup winner in the spotlight.
Midfielder Micky Horswill made just short of a century of appearances for Sunderland and was an important part of the 1973 FA Cup-winning side.
Having joined the club on a training programme at the age of 12, Horswill - who hails from Annfield Plain - went on to sign apprentice forms and made his league debut in a 3-1 victory at Preston in April 1972.
Little did he know that just over a year later, he would play a part in arguably the club’s finest hour of the modern era.
Horswill appeared in every round of the run to the 1973 cup final and was a key figure in the famous 1-0 win over Leeds United at Wembley.
TV footage showed him on all fours following the final whistle having given everything against a hotly-tipped United side, who were defeated thanks to Ian Porterfield's goal.
Horswill had racked up 92 appearances and five goals for the club at the time of his transfer to Manchester City in March 1974.
He was valued at around £100,000 in a deal which brought Tony Towers to Wearside, with Dennis Tueart also making the move to the north west.
He spent just over a year at Maine Road before later representing Plymouth Argyle, Hull City, Hong Kong side Happy Valley, Barrow and Carlisle.
His last appearance prior to a career-ending knee injury was at Carlisle under Bob Stokoe, his former boss at Sunderland.