Les Sealey voted by We Are Luton Town on facebook which has over 10,200 members as Luton Towns all time number one goalkeeper.
Les was born in 1957 and played 207 times for Luton …Les was not just a great goalkeeper but a true gent…he went to play for Manchester United where he became a cult hero in 1990 he gave his F.A cup winners medal to Jim Leighton who had played in the previous rounds.
These words posted by Paul Davies a members on the site…
Les Sealey was a legend! Anyone put on the bars at the front if the Kenilworth as a kid in the 80s will know what I mean. If the modern world thought and acted like Les everything would be ok…lovely words Paul
Les Sealey died in 2001 at the age of just 43
Steve was born in 1957 and played 163 times for the hatters also scoring 11 goals and is best known for lifting the first ever major trophy for the hatters in 1988.
Steve also picked up three full England caps.
So we have two players voted onto out hall of fame …tomorrow we will be voting for our best ever centre forward
Mick Harford has been voted Luton Towns best ever striker by the facebook site ..We Are Luton Town.
Mick joined Luton Town in 1984 and went on to score 69 goals for the club and gain 2 full England caps….Mick was also part of the league cup winning side in 1988.
Mick also took Luton to wembley in the Football League trophy as manager in 2009 where over 40,000 Luton fans turned up at the new wembley …a then record for the stadium !!
Mick’s reward was to be sacked as Luton manager the following year ….don,t you just love the way we look after out legends !!
Even after leaving Luton Harford managed to help the Hatters in their fight against relegation, as in the last game of the season Derby County played Luton Town, and Luton needed the win to stay up. Harford managed to head the ball from outside his own box, past England keeper Peter Shilton, into his own net as Luton won the game and avoided relegation. Several years later, he admitted that the own goal was deliberate……Mick you are a hero