Ask any Crawley fan to name their all-time Crawley legend XI and Ben Judge would almost certainly be in it.

The term legend is often overused when describing players nowadays but there is no arguments over giving Judge the prestigious title.

The former stalwart returned to Broadfield Stadium for the first time since leaving in September on Saturday.

He was part of the Bromley side who lost 1-0 to the Reds in the FA Trophy first round.

Judge was known as Mr Consistent during his six years playing at right-back, not just because of the standard of his performances. He was the highest appearance maker of any player during that time, playing more than 250 games.

He stunned supporters by turning his back on full-time football this season to return to the amateur game so he could spend more time with his family.

Judge's return has sparked a debate over who else would be included in a Reds legend team.

Here are who we at the Sports Argus believe would make the line-up:.

JOHN MAGGS (Goalkeeper). The current Horsham boss is the club's record appearance holder after playing 440 games in two spells from 1963. He went on to become manager and then chairman.

IAN PAYNE (Left-back). The current Horsham defender was a consistent performer more than 200 appearances at the club. He sealed legendary status with a crucial penalty save playing as an emergency goalkeeper in a top-of-the-table clash at Weymouth in 2004.

STEVE BREACH (Centre back). The cultured defender made more than 350 appearances during ten years from the mid-Seventies. He went on to play non-league football in Sussex until he was nearly 50 years old.

ROY JENNINGS (Centre back). The former Albion defender made 156 league games after joining in 1964 from the Seagulls. He guided Reds to promotion as player-manager in 1969.

DAVE MYERS (Midfield). Tall, skilful right midfielder caused havoc in opposition defences during his Town Mead heyday between 1983-87. He was sold for £5,000 to Dartford.

CLIFF CANT (Midfield). The former Arsenal professional joined Reds in 1982 and made 129 appearances during two spells in ten years. Played a big part in Sussex Senior Cup wins in 1990 and 1991 and was one of the stars of the 1992 FA Cup run.

GRANT GALLAGHER (Midfield). A firm Town Mead favourite on the left wing and was a big part of the side who reached the FA Cup third round in 1992 against Albion. Sold to Hythe for £3,000 in 1989 but was bought back for £1,000 three months later.

TERRY ROBBINS (Striker). Joined in 1984 from Maidstone United and scored a then club record 33 goals during the 1985-86 season. Found the net 60 times in 84 league games in total before being sold to Welling United for £8,000.

CHARLIE MACDONALD (Striker). The former Premiership hitman helped shoot Crawley into the Conference with 22 goals in 36 league starts during the Dr Martens League title winning season. Arguably the most dangerous striker the club have ever had but was blighted by injury before moving on to bigger things.

BRIAN GREGORY (Striker). The former Gillingham professional scored 52 goals in 72 league games after joining from Dartford in 1982. He was top scorer in two successive seasons and helped Reds gain promotion to the Southern League premier division in 1984.

And on the bench:. Tony Vessey: Twice player-of-the-year and skippered Reds to the FA Cup third round in 1992. His benefit was the last game at Town Mead.

Alan Lester: Solid defender who made more than 200 appearances between 1984-90.

Bob Glozier: Stalwart starred in Crawley's 1983-84 promotion season at full-back.

Dave Haining: Made more than 300 appearances and went on to become manager, coach and secretary. Now vice president.

Vic Bragg: Made more than 350 appearances and helped Crawley to promotion to the Southern League premier division in 1969.

Do you agree with our line-up? Let us know your thoughts and what your Crawley legends XI would be. What about a Crawley duffers XI? Tell us your line-up.