TOWN have had some top left-sided midfielders over the years, and that was certainly the case in the 1980s.

But who was the best of the crop?

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, right midfield, left midfield, central midfielders and strikers.

Every week we’ll give you a list of players to choose from for a specific position.

At the moment, we’re making our pick of the 1980s, with central midfielders next to be put forward.

There are six to pick from – Dave Cowling, David Cork, Daral Pugh, Mark Smith, Chris Marsden and Keith Edwards.

Choose just one from the list who you felt was best and make your vote.

To vote go to

Just place your choice and we’ll tell you who claimed the two engine-room slots in next week’s Final Whistle.

There’s also a panel for comments, so tell us your memories of your choice.

Last week we asked you to choose the best central midfielders of the 1980s.

Top of the poll were Mick Kennedy and Ian Banks.

Tough-tackling Kennedy played for two years between 1980, when he signed from Halifax, and 1982, when he left for Portsmouth, and one fan wrote: “He covered a lot of ground and was a good organiser.”

On Banks, signed from Leicester in 1986, another said: “He was good on the ball but could put in a tackle as well.”