Huddersfield Town ran the rule over young Middlesbrough keeper Luke Coddington in today’s Under 21 clash with Leeds United at PPG Canalside.
The 20-year-old England junior international is the grandson of former Town defender and captain John Coddington.
Centre-half John played 356 times for Town between 1955 and 1967, when he joined Blackburn Rovers for £20,000.
He later coached at Middlesbrough, where Luke was born.
Matthew Coddington, son of John and father of Luke, was also a keeper at Middlesbrough, but never made the first team.
Leaders Town are seeking an 18th win in 20 games in the Professional Development League II clash.
Luke Coddington played at the John Smith’s Stadium for Boro in December, when Town were 2-1 winners in the Under 21 Premier League Cup.<p/>