Paul Bonehill is the next Coventry City fan to select his all-time best team!
Paul attended his first game in 1962 against QPR with his Grandad, who loved Willie Humpries.
Now Paul talks us through his selection...
Goalkeeper - Bill Glazier
Ssigned from Crystal Palace for a World record fee of £35K for a 'keeper at the time. Bill would have been England's number one had it not been for Gordon Banks. Brilliant 'keeper' who suffered a broken leg at Man City.
Defender - Stuart Pearce
Signed by Bobby Gould, great player so passionate about football, played for England multiple times. One hell of a tackler
Defender - Chris 'Spider' Cattlin
Signed from Huddersfield, debut against Man Utd with George Best, who he marked out if the game.
Defender - Trevor Peake
Outstanding intelligent, defender from the cup winning side. So cool on the ball, brilliant footballer
Defender - Gary Gillespie
Like Peake a class act who made defending look easy, went on to play for Liverpool
Midfielder - Terry Yorath
Captain supreme, outstanding lead by example driving the team forward. Alway there picking up the scraps.
Midfielder - Ian 'Gibbo' Gibson
What a player, creative, skillful, pretty sure we would not have been promoted without him.
Midfielder - Gary McAllister
Like Yorath a great leader but with the skills, scored some brilliant goals for us
Forward - George 'The Hud' Hudson
What a player, how he never got a England cap is beyond me. Scored the winner against Colchester to get us promoted to Division 2. I can still see that goal like yesterday from the Kop
Forward - Ian Wallace
Without doubt the best natural striker this club has ever had. It was totally natural for him.
Forward - Tommy Hutchinson
Without doubt the greatest ever Sky Blue. He would beat defenders for fun. Exceptional player who will also be my all-time favourite player
George Curtis, the whole of the 87 winning side, Marc McNulty, Michael Doyle, Steve Hunt, Roy Barry, Ernie Hunt, Willie Carr, Willie Humpries.