We want your questions: Do you have something to ask former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell
In conjunction with BT Sport's Life's A Pitch, we're offering readers an exclusive chance to put their questions to the former footballer
Monday 28 October 2013
With Arsenal currently top of the Premier League after a good run of results which has seen them go unbeaten in the Premier League since the opening day of the season, the Gunners are currently the talk of English football once again.
But what would you like to ask one of their former players? As a Gunner, Kevin Campbell helped the north London club to the First Division title in 1991, as well as the FA Cup and League Cup double the following season.
The English striker also spent time during his career with Nottingham Forest, Everton and West Bromwich Albion as well as others, an in total played over 500 matches at the top of the game. But what would you like to ask him?
Simply use the comment form below and we'll put the best questions to him before airing his answers in an exclusive video on Wednesday.
Join sports broadcaster Des Kelly as he hosts Life’s a Pitch Monday to Thursday at 10pm on BT Sport 1.
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