Alan Mullery is next in the hotseat for Hotspur magazine's 'Big Q and A' feature - now we're after your questions!
Alan Mullery is next in the hotseat for Hotspur magazine's 'Big Q and A' feature - all we need now are your questions!
The legendary former skipper played over 350 competitive matches for us between 1964-72 and was part of the 1967 FA Cup-winning team before leading us to the League Cup in 1971 and famously returning from a loan spell at Fulham to lift the UEFA Cup in 1972.
Capped 35 times by England, Alan played a starring role as the Three Lions attempted to defend the World Cup in Mexico in 1970 and scored in the fateful quarter-final against West Germany that England led 2-0 before losing 3-2.
He went on to play in another FA Cup Final for Fulham, where he was joined by Bobby Moore and George Best, before managerial spells with Brighton, Charlton, Palace and QPR.
He was named Football Writers Player of the Year for 1974-75 and awarded the MBE for his services to the game.
Feel free to ask Alan about his life both on and off the field.
Email your questions to by CLICKING HERE and please remember to include your name and where you are from!
Thanks, as always, for your questions!