GK Mark Grew, those two saves v Watford in the cup, outstanding. He did this regularly in the league.
Darren Hughes - Scored on loan V Brighton, while on loan Brighton, now that's commitment.
Alan Tankard - Best left back, just ahead of Hughes.
Neil Aspin - Solid, played with a bent leg v Stoke for ten minutes before admitting he may be a bit knackered. Over ten years solid service.
Dean Glover - Classy centre half, could fill in at full back or defensive midfield. Scored a few too.
Robbie Earle - Anyone who scores in the high teens from midfield is a good player. Going on to play in the World Cup and Premier League for not the greatest teams but still stand shows how good he was.
Ray Walker - Tottenham, say no more. Controlled the midfield for years.
Ian Bogie - Another great play maker and always scored the goals in big games.
Steve Guppy - Could beat anybody on the wing and put the ball on a pin.
Tony Naylor - Short, nippy and really skillful. Had flair that you expect from a creative midfielder. One of shortest strikers ever but the I would say the most skillful.
Gareth Ainsworth - Such an impact in such a short spell. When he sold sold I felt like buying a Stoke flag and waving it outside Bill Bells garage in absolute protest at such a bad decision. This led to our downfall to where we are now. We never recovered from his sale.
Edit: Not a formation, just my best players.
A similar thread was posted on here about 10-15 years ago. It feels like a pee take now that we said in jest about Steggles, Villjanen, Koordes, Gary Hamstring...all of those would walk into this squad now, even they they are in their 50's 60's.