ManUtd.com will soon be interviewing a trio of former United players and we want you to submit your questions.
Steve Bruce arrived at Old Trafford from Norwich in 1987 and went on to skipper the Reds to numerous successes, including three league titles in 1993, 1994 and 1996. A rock-solid centre-back, he also made a big contribution in attack and was the club's top scorer in 1990/91 with 19 goals to his name. Since finishing his playing career with Sheffield United, Bruce has had successful management spells at Birmingham and Wigan and is now in his first season as Sunderland boss.
Gordon McQueen joined United from rivals Leeds in 1978 and formed a formidable partnership with Martin Buchan. Fearsome in the air at both ends of the pitch, he helped United win the FA Cup in 1983. Retired since 1985, he is now an assistant scout at Middlesbrough but the McQueen link lives on at Old Trafford - his daughter Hayley is one of the main presenters on MUTV.
Tony Coton never played a first-team match for the Reds, after joining the club as cover for Peter Schmeichel in 1996, but he's still affectionately regarded at United, having later served as goalkeeping coach for ten years. A knee injury unfortunately forced him to retire from that post and he is now working as a players’ agent.
Please post your questions for Steve, Gordon and Tony in our Legends forum on Talking Reds and we’ll submit the best ones to the boys on your behalf.