This February marks 50 years since Tony Currie arrived at Sheffield United.
Since signing from Watford as a teenager and scoring on his debut, he has written himself into Blades history. His performances through the 1960s and 1970s paved the way to him being voted United's greatest ever player.
After hanging up his boots, he has headed up United's Football in the Community programme and more recently has fulfilled the role of the club's ambassador, representing the Blades at numerous events locally and nationally.
Events have been planned to celebrate TC's 50th anniversary, including special features in UTB - United's official matchday programme. Coincidentally, United's two home league fixtures in February are against TC's former clubs - Leeds and QPR.
UTB wants your memories of the great Tony Currie!
Whether it is watching him play, enjoying his soccer schools or meeting him in and around Sheffield... we want to hear from you. In the programme against Leeds and QPR we will print the best memories of TC from Blades fans!
As long as it is TC related, the floor is open. Please attempt to keep it under 300 words and don't forget to include your name and where you are from. If you have relevant photographs, feel free to include. Email your memories to our programme editor at firstname.lastname@example.org