In an iFollow exclusive, we catch up with former Grimsby Town and Watford goalkeeper Steve Sherwood.
He played for the Watford for 11 years, making 211 league appearances during their most successful years under Graham Taylor and was in goal for the team when they lost 2-0 to Everton in the 1984 FA Cup Final.
He started his career at Chelsea, breaking into the first team and making just 16 appearances between 1971 and 1976. At the end of the second of two loan spells with Brentford, he became the first ever loan player to go through a season as an ever-present in league matches, playing 46 matches in 1974–75, a season in which he was also voted the club's Supporters' Player of the Year.
After leaving Watford he signed for Alan Buckley’s Town side in 1987, going onto make 183 appearances for the Mariners - including that promotion game against Exeter City in 1991.
What do you remember of Steve when he played for Town?