Date: 3rd August 2008 at 10:34am
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Arguably England’s foremost mulleteer, Chris Waddle wasn’t a bad player either. A wing wizard for Newcastle, Spurs, Marseille and Sheffield Wednesday – with less memorable exploits at Falkirk, Bradford, Sunderland, Burnley, Torquay and, er, Worksop Town – the 66-cap former England star has since gone on to forge a career as one of the country’s most respected and insightful pundits on BBC Radio Five Live.



Now he’s taking those considerable analytical talents across to Setanta Sports to mark the start of their coverage of England’s 2010 World Cup qualifiers. Better still, he will be talking questions from the readers of FourFourTwo magazine next week.

So you have anything you’d like to ask The Waddler, please send questions to one-on-one@haymarket.com as soon as possible. And don’t forget to include your name.. oh, and tell them Vital Football sent you!