New FC Halifax Town manager Pete Wild will return to Boundary Park on Tuesday night having left the League Two side at the end of last season
Wild spent 12 years at Oldham including his role as caretaker manager and first team manager during his time at the Club.
He was appointed Town boss last Wednesday following the departure of Jamie Fullarton and the game will be his first in charge of the Shaymen.
Hotte spent one year at Town during the 2009/10 season making 20 appearances for The Shaymen.
The former Defender started his Career with The Latics, making his first team debut in 1997.
He stayed at Boundary Park until 2002, making 65 league appearances before moving to Scarborough and he spent the rest of his career in non-league football.
Worthington spent the majority of his career at Huddersfield, making 218 league appearances for the club before moving on in 2009 when he joined Oldham Athletic, but found first team football difficult to come by.
The midfielder joined Halifax back in 2012 and stayed at the club for two years, where he became a fans favourite.
He made 36 league appearances, scoring seven goals in his time with the club, before ending his playing career while at the club in 2014.
Sugden, originally from Bradford, began his career with Oldham Athletic back in 1998 and stayed at the club for 4 years, only managing to make 20 league appearances in that time.
After leaving boundary park he had spells with a number of clubs including Chester and Burton before making the move to Halifax in 2004.
In total the striker stayed at the club for three years with reasonable success scoring 22 goals in 83 league games.
Other notable players
Tommy Bell, Frank Large, Phil McCarthy, Martin Nutall, Geoff Harris, Nick Everingham, Maurice Wellock, Ray Holt, Shaun Garnett, Dan Gardner, Nathan Clarke, Craig Fleming
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