Tony Cottee and Tony Gale will be appearing at the new PizzaExpress Live venue at Holborn and the evening will be hosted by Sky Sports presented Bianca Westwood on Tuesday, October 24.
The former players will talk about their time with the club, their exploits on and off the pitch and the second half will give audience members the chance to take part in a question and answer session.
Blowing Bubbles has teamed-up with Pizza Express to offer four tickets to the evening as a great prize in a very special competition. Two winners will each receive a pair of tickets to get up close and personal with the duo at the new and intimate venue.
“This should be a brilliant event and one that no West Ham fan will want to miss and we know the competition will be well-supported,” said Blowing Bubbles editor David Blackmore. “The competition will be run via our Twitter account so entrants need to be following us @WestHamMagazine to get the details."
Tony Cottee began his career at West Ham at the age of 17 and made his professional debut on January 1 1983 against Spurs. He was voted PFA Young Player of the Year in 1986 and it was during this spell that he crossed paths with Tony Gale.
By the end of 1988 season a 23-year-old Cottee had played 212 league games and scored 92 goals for the Hammers - a record which made him the most expensive player to be signed by a British club when he left for Everton in August 1988 in a £2.2 million deal.
Tickets for the event are £35 and further details can be found at: www.pizzaexpresslive.com/whats-on/tony-cottee-and-tony-gale