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Wanstead-BML 11:00 Mon Oct 16
Tony Cottee
New website has been started up at work where we get an ex footballer in each week, do a little interview and they then give their betting predictions each week.

This week, we finally have a West Ham player coming in (not couinting Nigel Winterburn) in Tony Cottee.

He'll be in our offices tomorrow lunch time, any good questions you want answering, get them in here and I'll try get as many asked as possible!

Full video will be posted on the website:

askfans.co.uk and also all over social media.

Cheers,
Wanstead

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Wanstead-BML 3:14 Fri Oct 20
Re: Tony Cottee
https://www.askfans.co.uk/videos/askfans-episode-9-tony-cottee

Cheers for your input, tried to get as many asked as possible.

Go easy on me on my TV debut (19 minutes 30 seconds in).

Roll on tonight. COYI.

Mex Martillo 9:18 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Does he blame the fixture congestion at the end of the 1985-86 season for not wnning the league.
What other reasons?

HairyHammer 8:56 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
I should have said does he have dreams where he is still a professional footballer?, and can he remember the funniest or strangest dream he has had about this.

HairyHammer 8:53 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Does he still have dreams about being a professional footballer?, and if he does what is the funniest one that he has ever had,

claypole 7:53 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Did he really use ejaculate to stick his cuttings in his scrapbook?

gph 7:03 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Have you actually retired from playing? Isn't it a bit early?

"He" [Stanley Matthews] played his final game of football for an England Veterans XI against a Brazil Veterans XI in Brazil in 1985 at the age of 70; the English lost 6–1 to the likes of Amarildo, Tostão, and Jairzinho. He damaged his cartilage during the match: "a promising career cut tragically short", he wrote in his autobiography.

terry-h 7:00 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
How does he get on with the rest of the Boys of 86?
Are there any of them he thinks is a cunt?

And has he ever had sloppy seconds after a night out with Frank Macavennie?

the coming of gary 6:59 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
has he still got big fat calves like brandy glasses

Hermit Road 6:58 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Who sponsors his car nowadays

claypole 6:51 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
How does he think the club's fortunes would have gone had his consortium been successful?

And has he ever had nits?

geoffpikey 4:44 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Who would he like to see as WHU's next manager? Timescale unimportant.Who would he BET on?

(Fat chance of him answering either, but you did ask.)

Eddie B 11:44 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Has he still got all the press clippings from every single match he played?

Northern Sold 11:38 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Has he still got his claret and blue DM's?

What's his fav breed of dog and why??

boleynkid 11:32 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Not another betting website.

Private Dancer 11:29 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Cottee was a big advocate of the move, ask him if he still feels the same? (I suspect he does)

HairyHammer 11:22 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
willtell

You could be rite.

Willtell 11:17 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Is that right? I thought size was a more modern issue for managers like BFS? Small nimble forwards and midfielders were surely more plentiful back in the old days?

Lee Trundle 11:15 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Could you ask him what his favourite cheese is, please?

Ta.

HairyHammer 11:13 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Was he surprised being put into the West ham team so young, because of his height as it was back in a time where most managers were mostly interested in tall players, especially strikers.

Pub Bigot 11:11 Mon Oct 16
Re: Tony Cottee
Just before you retired, you had to brief cameo spells at Millwall and Barnet. Though no doubt there was a desire to continue playing, was their any weird feelings about playing for Millwall?

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