We continue our look at the shortlisted legends with a look at who the panel has chosen amongst their centre-halves.
Dexter Adams: 308 appearances, 14 goals (1948 â€“ 1958)
Regular England Amateur international, won the Athenian League twice and appeared in the 1955 Amateur Cup Final. Also won 2 Middlesex Senior Cups and 3 Middlesex Charity Cups.
Geoff Riddy: 129 appearances, 11 goals (1961 - 1966)
Part of the 1965 treble winning side that won the FA Amateur Cup (scoring in the semi-final), Isthmian League and Middlesex Senior Cup. Also a London Senior Cup winner in 1964.
Peter Deadman: 552 appearances, 15 goals (1970 â€“ 1982)
Won the Amateur Cup in 1972 (scoring the winner in the semi-final), Isthmian League and Barassi Cup in 1973 and part of the side that drew 1-1 at Newcastle. Won 2 Middlesex Charity Cup winnerâ€™s medals and was part of the 1977 Isthmian League Cup winning team.
Alan Phillips: 232 appearances, 11 goals (1971 - 1976)
Another member of the successful side of the early 1970s, winning the Amateur Cup and Isthmian League and playing at Newcastle. Won the Middlesex Charity Cup in 1976.
Alan Campbell: 395 appearances, 31 goals (1976 â€“ 1981, 1986 â€“ 1989 & 1992 - 1992)
Won the Isthmian League Cup in 1977 and a 3-time winner of the Middlesex Charity Cup, including at Wembley Stadium in 1988. Had a spell as player-assistant manager in 1991/2 as well.
Phil Gridelet: 264 appearances, 8 goals (1985 â€“ 1989 & 2000 â€“ 2001)
Debuted in the 1985 Middlesex Charity Cup Final, picking up a winnerâ€™s medal and added a second in 1988 at Wembley Stadium. Also won the Middlesex Senior Cup in 1986. Won England semi-professional recognition before moving to Barnet and the Football League.
Elliott Brathwaite: 97 appearances, 4 goals (2011 â€“ 2017)
Won the Isthmian League Cup and London Senior Cup in 2015, as well as a key part of the side that reached the Isthmian League play off final in the same year. His career was sadly blighted by a series of serious knee injuries.
Charlie Goode: 36 appearances, 2 goals (2014 â€“ 2015)
Also part of the Isthmian League Cup and London Senior Cup winning sides of 2015 and played in the Isthmian League play off final the same year. Won an England C cap before moving onto Scunthorpe United. Now captain at Northampton Town.
The link for the survey can be found below and we'll continue to look at the rest of the shortlist throughout the day.