HUDDERSFIELD Town have had a long tradition of producing the very finest left backs.
But who was the best?
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 ... starting with the 1960s.
Each team is divided into goalkeeper, left backs, right backs, centre halves, left midfield, right midfield, centre midfield and striker.
Every week we’ll give you a list of players to choose from for a specific position.
From here until October, we’re going back to the Sixties and, after Terry Poole was chosen as the best goalkeeper of that decade by you, the fans, we now look for your nominations for left back.
Here’s a list of our choice of six to consider for our team of the 60s – Ray Wilson, Bob McNab, Mick Meagan, Chris Cattlin, Billy Legg and Geoff Hutt.
Just place your vote and we’ll tell you who claimed the spot in next week’s Final Whistle.
There’s also a panel for comments, so tell us your memory of your choice.
In the vote for the 1960s goalkeeper, Poole, who helped Town win the Second Division Championship in 1969-70 was the winner with 63%.
Ray Wood took 20% of the poll and John Oldfield and Harry Fearnley shared the rest.
Among the comments on Poole’s play were these: “He was a brilliant shot stopper, especially at close range.”
Another fan wrote: “Great on crosses, good shot stopper and he read the game.”