Denmark-based Peter Sharp is the next fan to choose his best Coventry City side - and has chosen one 'with his heart', and another 'with his head'.
The Coventry kid has been a City supporter since his first match in 1956.
He emigrated to Denmark in 1972 and has since been to very few matches, but has still followed the Sky Blues on TV whenever he can and now via the internet.
Pete - formerly of Green Lane, known to have frequented the Burnt Post on the Kenpas Highway - said:
"Fingers crossed for a deserved return to the Championship in these strange times.
"Onwards and upwards - the Phoenix rises again, this time under the clever guidance of Mark Robins!
"Best wishes to all Sky Blue supporters everywhere."
Now Pete talks us through both of his teams...
WITH THE HEART:
Goalkeeper - Arthur Lightning
Fearless, my first real hero - never forgave JH for ditching him - not even to this day!
Right-Back - Roy Kirk
Big, strong and could really "hoof" the ball - necessary in those times!
Left-Back - Chris Cattlin
Right-Half - Brian Hill
Vastly underrated, man-marker of the highest quality.
Centre-Half - George Curtis
Man-mountain, hard as nails - Mr. Coventry. Show George a brick wall and feel sorry for the wall!
Left-Half - Brian Lewis.
Wouldn't have liked to tangle with him! - Ian St. John tried and came out of it the worse for wear!
Right-Wing - Willie Humphries
Mesmerising winger, always with a smile on his face.
Inside-Right - Ernie Machin
Not everyone's favourite, but seemed to be the "glue" that held the side together, also scored some important goals.
Centre-Forward - George Hudson
What a player - exceptional close control, "The Hud" - a JH signing of pure genius.
Inside-Left - Ian Gibson
"Gibbo, Gibbo, Gibbo". Some player he was! All were expecting the signing of Barry Bridges - turned out for the best!
Left-Wing - Ronnie Rees.
Welsh wizard of a winger!
Special mentions in dispaches:
John Sillett, Jimmy Whitehouse, Ron Farmer (penalty king), Allan Harris, Stewart Imlach, Neil Martin.
WITH THE HEAD:
Goalkeeper - Bill Glazier
Brilliant 'keeper, unlucky not to win more England caps - but Gordon Banks was a bit good, wasn't he?
Right-Back - Danny Thomas
Only saw him on a couple of occaisions - but very skilful, and "one of our own".
Centre-Back - Gary Gillespie
Cool, Calm and collected.
Centre-Back - Trevor Peake
Genius signing by Bobby Gould.
Left-Back - Stuart Pearce
Again - a superb BG. signing, was disappointed when he left.
Midfielder - Mustapha Hadji
World class player.
Midfielder - Dennis Mortimer
Silky skills, shame he departed to a second-rate neighbouring club.
Midfielder - Tommy Hutchison
Some signing he was - fabulous player.
Forward - Darren Huckerby
Brilliant goals from a player who put people on the edge of their seats.
Forward - Robbie Keane
Goals galore from the Rebublic's record breaker - much too short a stay.
Forward - Noel Whelan
A bit of a joker in the pack, but scored some "crackers" at important times in games.
Steve Ogrizovic, Roland Nilsson, Phil Babb, David Speedie, George Boateng, Cyrille Regis, for FA cup matches Keith Houchen, and one for the future; Dom Hyam - pure class in the making!