Former Brentford players Jackie Graham, Alan Hawley and Bobby Ross added to Hall of Fame
Jackie Graham, Alan Hawley and Bobby Ross were the latest former players to be inducted into the Brentford FC Hall of Fame at the Club’s last home game with Oldham Athletic.
All three men gave outstanding service to the Club, having captained, and all featured in a promotion winning side.
Jackie Graham wore the red and white stripes from 1970 to 1980, making 409 appearances.
Alan Hawley was Brentford’s youngest ever player when he made his debut in 1962, he went on to play 343 games for The Bees between 1962 and 1974.
Bobby Ross was at Griffin Park from 1966 to 1972 and captained The Bees for most of that time, making more than 300 appearances.
They were presented with their salvers by Brentford Chairman Cliff Crown.
They join Malcolm MacDonald, Dai Hopkins, Joe James, Phil Holder, and Dean Holdsworth previously inducted.
The Hall of Fame is administered jointly by the Club, and The Brentford FC Former Players’ Association.
It is expected that more former players will be honoured over the course of the season, and beyond.
Alan, Bobby and Jackie (left to right) are pictured above with Cliff Crown.