HUDDERSFIELD Town have had some top left-backs 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, 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.
At the moment, we’re making our pick of the 1980s, with the men who wore No3 next to be put forward.
There are six to pick from – Fred Robinson, Bernard Purdie, David Burke, Ian Bray, Peter Valentine and Chris Hutchings.
Choose the man from the list who you felt was best in the left-back role.
Just place your choice and we’ll tell you who claimed the left-back spot 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 right-back of the 1980s.
The overwhelming choice was Malcolm Brown (inset), who took over 83% of the votes cast, and one fan rated him the best ever Town No2.
One fan wrote: “The atmosphere at the old Leeds Road ground always went up a notch when Mally surged down the right wing.”
Another said: “Fantastic in defence and going forward.”
While another added simply: “A legend.”