Huddersfield away, we were unbeaten in 20 or so matches, went to Town and lost in front of 29000 (of which at least 3,000 were Town fans ). Brilliant advert for what was the old third division, we even got a mention on Football Focus the week after. Close to that was Middlesboro away in the FA Cup. This game reminds me of when the FA Cup WAS special, and even though we lost again, we ran them close, but ultimately Craig Johnston and David Armstrong pulled the strings. We were 2 down after 10 mins, I thought it was going to be an avalanche but Mike Lester pulled one back and the next 70 minutes was all about us pushing them to the limit. Middlesboro had there biggest crowd since the war and it was estimated there were 20,000 Reds there that day. I still have my ticket stub. £1.50. We were at least promoted that season and the away game at Fulham when we beat them 3-2 with Glyn Riley I think playing most of the match in net summed up how resilient that team was.