FORMER Town chairman David Taylor has had an emotional footballing reunion.
He has met his brother Richard for the first time in 44 years.
And they had some great memories to rekindle as they toured the Galpharm Stadium - home of Huddersfield Town Football Club - with the third Taylor brother, Brian, who lives in Ossett.
Richard, 64, flew out to New Zealand 44 years ago to complete a three-year contract for his company, Slazenger Sports.
But he loved the country and never returned.
Richard, who married his wife Trish in New Zealand, has been a football man all his life.
And one of his claims to fame is that he appeared in the same Huddersfield Town team when a teenage Denis Law made his debut.
David, 62, of Ossett, who was Town chairman for 15 months, said: "Richard had been playing for Ossett Town and was then snapped up by Huddersfield Town Juniors.
"He was a regular in the side which played at Beck Lane and was in the team on the day in 1956 when 16-year-old Denis Law made his debut.
"Richard said later that Denis was a little bit better player than he was!
"He was a full-back but then gave up football and took up hockey, going on to represent Yorkshire.
"He went out to New Zealand on a contract but loved it out there and never came back.
"His visit this summer has been his first trip home and although Brian had got to see him, I never got the chance to go out to New Zealand.
"He still does a bit of football coaching and he was very impressed with the Galpharm Stadium.
"We also had a look at The Barn, the home of the Academy, and of course we had to go back to Beck Lane.
"He said it did not seem as big as he remembered!"