The trio are part of this year’s entry to the list and will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at a celebratory dinner in October.
Brown-Finnis, who played in an FA Cup final aged just 15 and played for Liverpool and Everton among others, admitted she was proud to be joining other inductees which include Sir Tom Finney, Gordon Banks, Alan Shearer, Gary Neville and Norman Hunter. I'm very proud and feel privileged to have had the career I've had," said Brown-Finnis on social media.
RACHEL Brown-Finnis has been inducted in the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame.
The Burnley-born goalkeeper, who won 82 caps for England during a stellar career, was joined by her former teammate Rachel Unitt and England Cerebal Palsy ace Martin Sinclair in being inducted.
Her pass through to Kelly for the offside goal was great. she is but why the hell isn't ellen white playing ?
It's hard to say whether Kim playing so deep was due to tactics or frustration, but I hope she's much further up the pitch next time I see her, because I don't think it's coincidental that the ball actually ended up in the back of the net the one time she had possession on the edge of the box. Aluko had a great first 45 but wasn't really there for the second unfortunately. that's the only thing I don't like about hope powell.
Inductees are chosen by a panel featuring some of the biggest names in football including the Museum’s President Sir Bobby Charlton, Vice President Sir Alex Ferguson and Gordon Taylor.
Our possession has been pretty shocking, and we're panicking under pressure, especially in our attacking third. Kelly Simmons, The FA’s Director for Participation and Development, added: "In both disability football and the women's game we are now seeing excellent growth."It is at the elite end of the game that the role models are to be found, and there are no finer examples than Martin and the two Rachels – who each have consistently demonstrated their dedication, commitment and team spirit.The bubble blonde has also previously spelled out words like 'slutz' and 'erection'.
She took over from Carol Vorderman to present the Channel 4 programme in January 2009 and has now featured on over 1,000 episodes.
Using her intelligence to her full advantage, former Hear'Say star Myleene then spelt out the word "gobsh**e".