Huddersfield Town's Les Massie must have enjoyed meeting Middlesbrough!
The Scottish star scored 108 goals in 363 games for Town between 1956-66.
And 12 of them came against the Teessiders.
Particularly memorable for Massie, pictured below, was the 1965-66 Second Division (now Championship) campaign, when he scored two hat tricks against Boro.
Town won 6-0 at Leeds Road in the August, when Allan Gilliver also got a treble, and 3-1 at Ayresome Park in the February.
Tom Johnston’s side narrowly missed out on promotion to the top flight while Boro were relegated.
Aberdeen-born Massie was signed from hometown minnows Banks o’Dee by Andy Beattie in 1953, but it was Bill Shankly who gave him his debut in 1956-57.
That was the season both Denis Law and Kevin McHale burst onto the scene.
Massie topped the goal charts in four seasons, 1957-58, 58-59 and 59-60, then again in 64-65.
He left for Darlington in October 1966 in a ï¿½2,500 transfer.
While the North-East club were relegated from the original Division III that season, Massie had a better time at Halifax, who signed him in the summer of 1967.
He scored 25 goals in his first season at The Shay, then in 68-69, helped the Fourth Division club to their first-ever promotion.
He moved to Bradford Park Avenue in October 1969, then had two seasons at Workington, taking his career league goals tally to 160.