I posted in the Jamie Lyon thread that I think I'd be ranking him infront of Snoz in our greatest ever team so that got me thinking about that side that was named in 2006. The team selected was: 1. Graham Eadie 1971-83 (237 games) 2. Ken Irvine 1971-73 (60 games) 3. Bob Fulton 1966-76 (213 games) 4. Michael O'Connor 1987-82 (115 games) 5. Ray Branighan 1972-78 (114 games) 6. Wally O'Connell 1951-52 (34 games) 7. Geoff Toovey 1988-2001 (286 games) 8. Roy Bull 1947-59 (177 games) 9. Max Krilich 1970-83 (215 games) 10. John O'Neill 1972-74 (51 games) 11. Steven Menzies 1993-2006 (302 games) 12. Terry Randall 1970-82 (208 games) 13. Malcolm Reilly 1971-75 (89 games) Bench: 14. Des Hasler 1984-96 (255 games) 15. Ben Kennedy 2005-06 (37 games) 16. Cliff Lyons 1986-99 (309 games) 17. Paul Vautin 1979-89 (204 games) I know guys like Wally O'Connell and Ben Kennedy are credited with doing good things for the club, but IMO I have a problem with them being included in our greatest ever side playing so few games, especially when you consider the achievements of guys they are keeping out. I know you can make strong cases for what these guys helped put in place but if thats the line you want to take than Arko should be our halfback no question, but he isn't. I would be making a few changes to the one above and they are: Snoz out, Killer in. BK out, Choc in. O'Connell out, Cliffy in. And to take Cliffys spot on the bench ... Snake. Thoughts?