STR: You joined United when you were a kid. How confident were you of making it for the first team then?
LM: I was never confident I was ever good enough to play in United’s first team.
STR: Who were the best players in your age group?
LM: Probably Gary Walsh and a player called Dennis Cronin.
STR: How much did you have to do with Ferguson when you were in the youth team?
LM: Sir Alex always took a lot of time to watch and be involved with youth team.
STR: How many times a week do people want to reminisce with you about your FA Cup final goal? Does it ever get irritating?
LM: Most weeks somebody asks me about FA cup goal, it will never get boring.
STR: What are your other favourite memories from your time at United?
LM: Making my debut against QPR was a great memory but I have loads of great memories.
STR: Who was the biggest joker at the club then?
LM: Probably Paul Ince.
STR: How did you feel at United in your last full season when you weren’t playing much but United ended the 26 year wait for the title?
LM: I’v always been a United fan so winning league was pretty special for me because I played a small part of that success.
STR: Do you still get to see United much?
LM: I work at Old Trafford on matchdays now so I’m at every home game.
STR: What is your favourite United moment since you left the club?
LM: It has to be winning treble. The way the season ended priceless.
STR: How do you rate our chances this season?
LM: We haven’t really played well since first month but are still only 2 points behind. Stronger in new year. We’ve got quite a lot of injuries but it will be close come May. Sir Alex doesn’t get it wrong very often.
STR: What are you up to these days?
LM: I am working for a training company in Chester working with teenagers. Also matchday hospitality, MUTV and a lot of travelling, playing games with ex-players team.
STR: Cheers Lee.
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