We want your questions: Do you have something to ask former Manchester United and Newcastle winger Keith Gillespie?
In conjunction with BT Sport's Life's A Pitch, we're offering readers an exclusive chance to put their questions to the former Northern Ireland international
Monday 07 October 2013
After coming through the ranks at Manchester United, Gillespie went on to enjoy a long and varied career, taking in clubs including Newcastle, Blackburn Rovers and Sheffield United. The former Northern Ireland international hasn't stopped yet either, with the 38-year-old currently playing for Longford Town in the League of Ireland.
Do you have a question for Keith - perhaps on the current situation at one of his former clubs? If so, simply use the comment form below and we'll put the best ones to him before airing his answers in an exclusive video later this week.
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