The Marvellous, Magical, Mad Football League Tour - part II
A few weeks ago, my regular travelling compadre Ben Dirs and I kicked off our MMMFLT in the happy environs of the Galpharm Stadium Huddersfield - and a splendid time was had by all, even if Ben is still trying to rid his clothes of the smell of the Terry the Terrier outfit.
Inspired by the wondrous sights we saw - Bill Shankly's toilet seat, an England shirt worn in 1928 by Huddersfield great Billy Smith and a man who spends so much money on the club he's afraid to tell his wife - we're packing the charabanc once again.
Once again, our aim is simple: to uncover every thing there is to know about the U's, from former legends and tales of derring-do (goodbye Leeds 1971, hello history) to the greatest goals, best pre-match hostelry and most obsessive fan (Steve Lamacq - keep your hand down).
Dive in below and tell us what we should see, what we shouldn't miss and why Colchester boy Damon Albarn gets away with supporting Chelsea instead.
Photos, links and ideas all welcome. And what's this thing about hating Wycombe?