Player Of The Decade #11-15 Round-Up
By popular request we've decided to reveal the entire top 20 players from our recent Player Of The Decade vote.
We've seen the top 10 countdown which was won by Joel Porter but now it's time to take a look at those who finished just outside the top 10.
15. Graeme Lee
1995-2003 and 2008, 255 appearances, 23 goals
Lee was a mainstay of the Pools team which enjoyed success in Division 3, forming a formidable partnership with Chris Westwood. He returned to the club briefly for a loan spell in 2008.
14. Paul Stephenson
1998-2002, 180 appearances, 6 goals
Stepho started his Pools career on the right wing but became a fans favourite after a switch to the middle of the park, he was Pools' Player of the Year in 2000. He would later coach Pools' youth team and also had a spell as caretaker manager in 2006.
13. Hugh Robertson
2004-2006, 46 appearances, 6 goals
Left back Hugh Robertson made the move to England in 2003. A true fans favourite, he was known for his lethal free kicks but his best strike for the club game in the 4-3 win over Luton in 2004 when he smashed home from 40 yards.
12. James Brown
2006-present, 129 appearances, 32 goals
Youngster James Brown was the most impressive player to come through the youth team for some time but suffered an injury which ruled him out of what would have been his debut season. He recovered and played a large role as Pools were promoted in 2007 but doubts about his fitness remain.
11. Michael Nelson
2003-2009, 306 appearances, 16 goals
Defender Nelson joined the club from Bury in 2003 and settled in immediately, winning numerous awards in his first season. He helped Pools to two play-off finishes in League One but poor performances in his last couple of seasons left a lot to be desired, he left the club to join Norwich in 2009.
Click here for our Player Of The Decade page where you can find out more about the other players in our countdown