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Remembered as an assured, reliable presence between the sticks, his performances against West Ham and Chelsea did much to take Sunderland to the 1992 FA Cup final.
He left to join Huddersfield in 1995, before taking up a role with Durham Constabulary when he eventually retired from the game.
He scored past Peter Shilton within two minutes of his Sunderland debut, and appeared in the Milk Cup final in his first season at Roker Park.
He was named Sunderland’s Player of the Year on two occasions, captained the Division Three winning side in 1988 and also played in the 1992 FA Cup final.
He made his debut in an FA Cup defeat at Arsenal in January 2016, and shone for the majority of last season despite the Black Cats’ relegation at the foot of the table.
He helped the Wearsiders claim the First Division title in his first season at Roker Park, and claimed an FA Cup winners’ medal a year later as Sunderland beat Preston in the 1937 final. Jimmy Montgomery 1961-1977 Appearances: 623 Whether judged in terms of longevity, success or talent, Montogmery deserves his place on any list of Sunderland legends.
His tally of 623 appearances remains an all-time record, indeed it puts him more than 170 games clear of his closest rival.
A consistently whole-hearted performer, he was famed for his barnstorming runs out of defence.
Michael Gray 1992-2004 Appearances: 363 Goals: 16 A born and bred Wearsider, Gray spent more than a decade on Sunderland’s books and was respected as a talented, energetic and skilful left-back.