Now decide on your best right winger of the 60s; TEAM OF THE DECADE:.
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 Sixties.
Each team is divided into goalkeeper, leftbacks, 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 next month, we're going back to the 1960s and, this week, we want your choice for a right winger.
Last week you chose your two left wingers and came up with Colin Dobson (inset) and Mike O'Grady.
Now we want you to chose your best right winger from those pictured here - Steve Smith, Joe Harper, Bobby Hoy, Kevin McHale, Bob Ledger and Mike Hellawell.
Choose one from that list who you felt was best romping down the right flank.
To vote go to www.examiner.co.uk/yoursay 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.
O'Grady, who won two England caps during his career, gained 40.2 % of last week's vote and Dobson 35.4%.
"Mike O'Grady helped set the flying winger model for the sixties," said one fan.
On Dobson, another added: "Colin was one of my dad's all-time favourites and he had such a cultured left foot."
* SMITH: 61-77 * HARPER: 67-68 * HOY: 65-75 * HELLAWELL: 66-68 LEDGER: 53-62 * MCHALE: 55-68