HUDDERSFIELD TOWN have had some top centre-backs over the years, and certainly in the 1970s. But who were the best in the middle of defence?
That’s part of the debate as all season we’re looking for your help to pick the best Town teams from each of the last five decades.
Each select side is divided into goalkeeper, right-back, left-back, centre-backs, left midfield, right midfield, central midfielders and strikers.
Every week we’ll give you a list of players to choose from for a specific position.
From here until next month, we’re going back to the 1970s and, this week, it’s the centre-backs.
There’s six to pick from: Roy Ellam, John Saunders, Steve Baines, Chris Topping, Dave Sutton and Keith Hanvey.
Choose the man from the list who you felt was best in the centre of defence.
To vote go to
Just place your choice and we’ll tell you who claimed the two spots in next week’s Final Whistle.
There’s also a panel for comments, so tell us your memory of your choice.
Last week we asked you to choose a left-back, and Geoff Hutt, was the clear choice.
The star of the 1969-70 Division II title-winning team polled 53% of the votes, with Brian Marshall second with 25%.
"Geoff held his own at the highest level," commented one supporter.
"Nothing got past him, he was dependable and as hard as nails," said another while a third described him as: "Pure class with a pair of bandy legs!"