Chris Aristidou is the next Sky Blues fan to choose his CCFC Best XI!
Chris began supporting the Sky Blues in the 1960s, with his first game being a reserve game in 1968.
Chris has three sons - all of whom became Junior Sky Blues within a week of being born.
He's gone for a 4-4-2 formation, and now Chris talks us through his selection:
Goalkeeper - Bill Glazier:
I remember in the West End there was always a banner on poles to greet him. Quality keeper
Left Back - Stuart Pearce:
A gladiator, hungry and no nonsense, shame we couldn’t keep him longer
Right Back - Roland Nilsson:
Wasn’t known as a legend for nothing. Cool and calm on the ball
Central Defender - Trevor Peake:
How he was never called up for England I will never no. made it look easy
Central Defender - Brian Kilcline:
Leader, legend and won me a few quid as first scorer
Left Midfield - Tommy Hutchison
What can I say? Our number 11 was magnificent, everyone stood up when he got the ball. Unstoppable on his day.
Right Midfield - Steve Froggatt
On the verge of an England call up, until his career was ended by Nicky Summerbee. Scored one of my favourite ever goals
Midfield - Gary McAllister:
The only player we have signed and I thought ‘how the hell did we get him’? The best midfielder we ever had.
Striker - Robbie Keane:
Loved his enthusiasm and his celebrations
Striker - Dion Dublin:
Adored, loved, called up for England and a golden boot. Best Striker we have ever had
Marko Marosi - Well impressed this season, I think we’ve a good one
George Curtis - Drag us back into any game
Darren Huckerby - Scare the life out of any tired defender and scored that brilliant goal against Man U
George Boateng - Classy player
George Hudson - I never saw him play, but this one is for my granddad
Do you want to choose your Sky Blues Best XI?
Send your team and please include the reasons why you chose them, along with a photo of yourself and how long you have supported Coventry City to Mark.Hornby@ccfc.co.uk
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