One 2 Eleven
Former Town midfielder Darren Currie picks the best 11 players he has played with during his career.
Currie made 89 appearances and scored 9 goals for Town during a 3 year spell at Portman Road, while he played for 14 other clubs, including West Ham, Shrewsbury, Leyton Orient, Plymouth, Barnet, Wycombe, Brighton, Coventry, Derby, Luton, Chesterfield, Dagenham & Redbridge, Boreham Wood and Hendon.
GK - Martin Taylor
Martin was a real talker and organiser and trained how he played, he never wanted to concede even in training but off the pitch a quiet man, a senior pro that I had respect for.
RB - Fabian Wilnis
What can I tell you that you don't already know...!
CB - Jason de Vos
'The boss' Not the quickest (rich coming from me haha) but read the game so well, very vocal on the pitch and a born captain. We where partners in head tennis and dominated the court...!
CB - Robert Page
Captain, leader and winner, no surprise he is a manager now as he is a leader of men with high standards.
LB - David Unsworth
Unbelievable left peg, technical powerful, quick and skillful a pleasure to play in front of him, big Dave was a brilliant character around the changing room as well and someone I got on really well with.
RM - Danny Green
Winger after my own heart, he loves whipping the ball in at every opportunity, Dan would stay on the training pitch all day if he was allowed, he has so much enthusiasm for the game it was very refreshing to see, I'm really happy he's playing higher up the leagues something he deserves for all his hard work.
CM - Danny Williamson
Injury unfortunately ended Dan's career early after his move to Everton, I believe Dan would have played for England, he had fantastic technical skills and a range of passing that many admired, keeping possession was his game, in today's game he'd be worth a fortune.
CM - Michael Simpson
Unless you played with Simmo I'm not sure you would appreciate how good he was, small combative midfielder that could pass the ball around with ease, another player who understood the importance of retaining the ball.
CM - Jim Magilton
I love how Jim played always wanting the ball, very demanding of players around him, very vocal (that's polite for moaning) Jim was the best passer of the ball I ever played with.
Jim to me is a football purist who wants the game played the right way and I totally agree with him.
LM - Jamie Ward
Jamie could play anywhere in the front 3 a affect the game, small but quick and powerful with an eye for goal, a player who can dribble and travel with ball and unsettle the opposition, he was always destined to play higher.
FW - Scott McGleish
Macca was fantastic in the air for someone not that big, perfect for me when I'm crossing balls, a natural goal scorer who can guarantee goals and is still banging them in at 40 years old in the conf south for Wealdstone.
Currie tells me his most memorable match, if he could go back and more.