We asked fans from all 24 Sky Bet Championship clubs to pick their teams of the decade.
Here, Stoke fan David Cowlishaw from the Wizards of Drivel Podcast gives us his selection.
Goalkeeper: Asmir Begovic
Bego was a reliable and impressive presence between the sticks for the first half of the decade.
Right-back: Andy Wilkinson
A local lad done good, Wilko was a fearless character and universally popular with Stokies.
Centre-back: Ryan Shawcross
Shawcross is a Stoke City legend and has been our captain for the whole 10 years.
Centre-back: Robert Huth
Huth was a colossal presence at the back for Tony Pulis’ Stoke side. Instrumental in establishing us in the top flight.
Left-back: Erik Pieters
Pieters was another player who always gave 100 per cent. He had his detractors but 190 appearances tells its own story.
Right-midfield: Marko Arnautovic
One of the most talented players we’ll ever see at Stoke. Twinkle-toed but with the strength of a bison.
Central midfield: Steven N’Zonzi
N’Zonzi was a classy midfield operator and a Rolls Royce on his day.
Central midfield: Glenn Whelan
You need some graft in the middle of the park and Whelan was exactly that for so many years.
Left-midfield: Xherdan Shaqiri
Shaqiri was an unbelievable talent and scorer of some of the best goals we’ve seen.
Striker: Jonathan Walters
Impossible not to love. Goals, guile, graft and an all-round great bloke.
Bojan was a fans’ favourite and a delight to watch in our Premier League heyday. Treated poorly by recent managers.
- Marco Rubio's Stoked For Josh Rosen, Best Dolphins QB Since Dan Marino!
- We're doomed! Well, until next time...
- Pre-Yeezy: Complex Magazine Unpacks Kanye's First Fashion Label, Pastelle
- April 4, 1968, as Told by Black Reporters
- Meet the lone Democrat who actually wanted Jeff Sessions to become attorney general
- Latino Leaders Angry After NBC Meeting
- Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones Wins MacArthur Fellowship
- Who’s Next? Eyes at Fox Shift to Sean Hannity
- Here is the full text of Hillary Clinton's devastating speech about Donald Trump's racism
- Why Brexit should worry you just as much as Donald Trump does