The Sporting Legends class will grow once more this summer.
Sporting Kansas City announced four finalists for its version of the hall of fame — Mo Johnston, Ron Newman, Josh Wolff and Kerry Zavagnin. Fans will vote for one inductee, who will be honored during a home match against Vancouver on Aug. 20.
The online voting on the team's website will conclude Monday.
Johnston scored 32 goals and had 31 assists with the Kansas City Wizards from 1996-2001. He was a three-time MLS All-Star and part of the 2000 MLS Cup championship team.
Newman was the first coach in team history and led the Wizards during its first 100 games, winning half of them.
Wolff remains tied for second on the club's all-time scoring list with 43 goals. He played with the franchise from 2003-2010.
Zavagnin, an assistant coach with Sporting KC, has been with the club since 2000. He played for Wizards for nine seasons, winning an MLS Cup and being named to the 2004 MLS All-Star team.
Preki, Tony Meola, Bob Gansler, Peter Vermes, Jimmy Conrad, Lamar Hunt and Chris Klein have already been inducted into Sporting Legends.