Archie spent the majority of his playing career at Derby County totalling around 324 appearances during two seperate spells at the club in the 1970s & then returning in 1982 for a couple of years
In between , he also played for Derby's nearest rivals at the other end of the A52 - Notingham Forest making 58 appearances for them
An industrious and skilful midfielder , signed by Brian Clough - the circumstances of the signing which are another story to recall
His International career playing for Scotland is best remembered by the goal that he scored against Holland in the 1978 World Cup when Ally's Tartan Army so nearly progressed through to the 2nd round.
An exciting winger whose career spanned several clubs but is arguably best remembered for his time at Sheffield Wednesday when he was signed from Southampton in 1979 by Jack Charlton.
In the early part of his career in the mid 70s , he also played for East Midlands sides Nottingham Forest and Derby County respectively
However he proved to be an inspirational signing by Charlton for the Wednesday side that went on to gain promotion from Division 3 in the 1979 / 1980 season
A colourful character both on and off the pitch but so popular at Hillsborough amongst the Owls faithful , he even had his own fan club and recorded the song 'Singing the Blues' , that is still played at Hillsborough today on matchdays
Mention the name of Tony Currie to football fans of that era & he is described as of the most skilful midfielders of his time. he spent the majority of his career at Sheffield United where he is still hero worshipped today - having played around 313 games for them over an 8 year period in the late 1960s & 1970s
He went on from Bramall Lane to join Yorkshire rivals Leeds United before returning back to his London birthplace and signing for Queens Park Rangers
One of the memorable media moments was the famous 'kiss' between T.C, as he is affectionally known, and Alan Birchenall during a game between Sheffield United & Leicester City in 1974 - a story often recalled by them both during our evenings with these two legends