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John Campbell: West Ham United

John Campbell: West Ham United

Nascer: 1878

Assinado: 1902 (Glasgow Rangers)

Posição: Ala direita

Aparências: 18

Metas: 1

Deixou: 1903

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John Campbell começou sua carreira no futebol na Escócia. Este ala-direito de 1,70 metro de altura era uma estrela popular do Glasgow Rangers, mas foi vendido ao West Ham em 1902 para arrecadar fundos após o desastre de Ibrox. Campbell foi regular na linha de ataque do West Ham naquela temporada, mas não marcou seu primeiro gol até seu 15º jogo. Syd King não ficou impressionado e foi autorizado a deixar o clube em 1903.


John Campbell: West Ham United - História

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Spurs - Baardsen Walker Carr, Young, Campbell, Taricco Freund, Sherwood, Anderton (Nielsen), Ginola Iversen (Armstrong), Dominguez
Subs não utilizados. : - Baardsen, Nilsen, Fox
West Ham - Keller, Ferdinand, Pearce, Lampard, Moncur, Berkovic, Sinclair, Wright
Subs não utilizados. : -
Ref. : - Uriah Rennie (Sheffield)
Presença: 38.089

Sinton fez Craig Forrest mergulhar para salvar um instantâneo e Ginola disparou para longe do alvo. O velho John Moncur colocou Espen Baardsen em ação para manter os Irons de fora, e o goleiro norueguês também impediu Lampard de uma cobrança de falta e Lazaridis com uma defesa atlética com uma mão. Pouco antes do intervalo, Samassi Abou sofreu um flare na linha lateral, onde chutou Ramon Vega e foi expulso pelo árbitro.

No segundo tempo, o Spurs pressionou contra o West Ham e Ginola, Howells, Fox e Berti fizeram chutes que por pouco não deram ao Tottenham uma extensão da vantagem e Campbell cabeceou contra a trave. Outras chances voaram com Sinton falhando com três chutes e uma cabeçada e foi quase caro, já que Baardsen fez duas defesas de Unsworth e Lampard no final para manter um placar limpo e dar ao Spurs três pontos preciosos.

Spurs - Baardsen Carr, Vega, Campbell, Wilson Sinton, Fox (Brady 80), Calderwood (Howells 59), Ginola (Dominguez 65) Klinsmann, Berti
Subs não utilizados. : - Marrom, Mabbutt
West Ham - Forrest Pearce, Potts, R. Ferdinand, Unsworth Berkovic (Hodges 85), Moncur Lampard, Lazaridis (Dowie 46) Abou, Hartson
Subs não utilizados. : - Lama, Rowland, Bishop
Ref. : - David Elleray (Harrow)
Presença: 30.284

Os Spurs recuperaram no final da primeira parte, com Nielsen a defender Ludek Miklosko com uma mão. Após o intervalo, Les Ferdinand esteve perto, tal como Hartson, mas foi Eyal Berkovic quem aumentou a vantagem do West Ham com uma passagem e um remate. Ferdinand reduziu o atraso aos 83 minutos com seu primeiro gol do Spurs - direcionando um cruzamento rasteiro de Sinton e um ponto foi o mínimo que o Spurs merecia por aumentar a pressão, quando Vega foi frustrado por outra defesa muito boa. No entanto, como o Spurs jogou tudo para a frente, eles tiveram que confiar na barra para evitar o chute de Frank Lampard no último minuto.

Equipes:
West Ham - Miklosko, Rieper, Berkovic, Lampard, Moncur, Lomas, Lazaridis, Hartson, Kitson
Subs não utilizados. : -
Spurs - Walker, Carr, Campbell (Clemence), Vega, Edimburgo, Howells, Nielsen (Sinton), Scales, Ginola, Iversen, Ferdinand
Subs não utilizados. : - Baardsen, Calderwood, Fenn
Presença: - 25.354

Equipes:
West Ham - Dicks, Kitson, Hartson
Subs não utilizados. : -
Spurs -: Howells, Anderton Sheringham,
Subs não utilizados. : -
Presença: - 23.998

Equipes:
Spurs - Walker Carr, Campbell, Calderwood, Edimburgo Howells, Wilson, Nielsen, R. Allen (Rosenthal 90) Sheringham, Armstrong
Subs não utilizados. : - Baardsen, Austin, Nethercott, Dozzell
West Ham - Miklosko Breaker, Bilic, Rieper, Dicks Bishop, Hughes, Lazaridis, Moncur (Futre 76) Dowie, Porfirio
Subs não utilizados. : - Shilton, Potts, Lampard, Dumitrescu
Presença: - 32.999

Equipes:
Spurs -
Subs não utilizados. : -
West Ham -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Presença: - 29.781

Equipes:
West Ham -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Spurs -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Presença: - 23.516

Equipes:
West Ham -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Spurs -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Presença: - 24.573

Aos 18 minutos, Klinsmann marcou um golo forte, mas Matthew Rush libertou-se da direita para igualar para os Irons, três minutos antes do intervalo. Coube a Teddy Sheringham substituir Teddy Sheringham para restaurar a liderança com Nick Barmby marcando um terceiro gol aos 63 minutos para dar ao Spurs uma vitória tão necessária.

Spurs - Thorsvedt Kerslake, Campbell, Mabbutt, Edimburgo (Sheringham) Popescu, Dozzell, Dumitrescu, Hazard (Hill) Barmby, Klinsmann
Sub não utilizado. andador
West Ham - Martin Allen, Rush,
Presença: 26.271

Equipes:
Spurs -
Subs não utilizados. : -
West Ham -
Subs não utilizados. : -
Presença: - 31.502

Equipes:
West Ham -
Spurs -
Comparecimento : - ,

Uma vantagem de quinto minuto foi entregue ao Spurs, quando Gary Lineker violou a defesa dos Irons. No entanto, Mike Small empatou com o West Ham aos 12 minutos e, em seguida, o ex-Spur Mitchell Thomas marcou o gol da vitória para o time da casa pouco antes da meia hora.

O Tottenham ficou reduzido a dez homens quando Durie foi advertido por uma falta e o placar permaneceu inalterado, apesar de ambas as equipes criarem oportunidades.

Equipes:
West Ham -
Spurs -
Presença: - 23.946

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Presença: - 28.275

Aos 23 minutos, Gary Mabbutt interrompeu um ataque do West Ham e, passando a bola por Paul Walsh e Chris Waddle, avançou para encerrar a jogada com um voleio que ultrapassou McKnight no gol dos Irons.

Os Spurs perderam a presença influente de Paul Gascoigne no intervalo e Walsh deu a oportunidade de preparar Mitchell Thomas para um remate de longa distância que surgiu aos 68 minutos e deu aos Spurs uma vantagem. O West Ham pressionou para voltar na partida, mas Mimms se inspirou em manter o time da casa afastado para ganhar os pontos do Tottenham.

Equipes:
West Ham - McKnight, Gale, Ince, Devonshire,
Spurs - Mimms, Butters, Fairclough, Mabbutt, M. Thomas, Fenwick, Walsh (Robson), Gascoigne (Polston), Waddle, Stewart, C. Allen
Presença: - 28.365

Um tiro de falta de Chris Waddle deu ao Spurs a liderança, enquanto o zagueiro Chris Fairclough cabeceou um segundo para dar aos Spurs algum espaço para respirar na ação frenética. Paul Hilton conseguiu um consolo para os Irons mais tarde.

Equipes:
Spurs - Parks, Hughton, Mitchell Thomas, Fairclough, Hodge, Stevens (Close), Moran (Statham), Ardiles, P. Allen, Waddle, Howells
West Ham - Brady, Ince, Cottee.
Presença: 41.995

O replay da quinta rodada da Copa da Liga em White Hart Lane ganhou vida com uma torrente de gols. Os visitantes tiveram algumas boas oportunidades de passar a bola por Billy Bonds (que estreia pela primeira vez em dois anos), antes de Ardiles jogar em Nico Claesen para rebater Phil Parkes. Glenn Hoddle marcou um gol aos 71 minutos e depois Paul Allen, jogando contra seu antigo clube, criou alguns gols para o primo Clive, que então completou um hat-trick de nove minutos com um pênalti.

Equipes:
Spurs - Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, P. Allen, C. Allen, Claesen
West Ham - Parkes, Bonds, Parris (Hilton), Gale, Martin, Orr, Robson, Devonshire, Ward, McAvennie, Cottee.
Presença: 41.995

Adiado seis dias antes, devido ao tempo frio, este empate da quinta rodada da Copa da Liga viu as primeiras liberações da linha do gol com os esforços de Glenn Hoddle e Clive Allen, antes de Allen marcar aos 38 minutos após a bola passar por Ardiles e Paul Allen para definir ele para cima. Gough evitou o empate ao limpar a linha de McAvennie, embora tenha sido logo seguido pelo gol de Cottee, forçando o bloqueio de Dickens aos 48 minutos.
As chances em ambas as pontas continuaram a chegar, mas o empate terminou empatado e um replay foi necessário.

Equipes:
Spurs - Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, Galvin, P. Allen, C. Allen
West Ham - Parkes, Walford, Parris, Hilton, Martin, Dickens, Robson, Devonshire, Ward, McAvennie, Cottee.
Presença: 28.648

Garth Crooks e Gary Mabbutt marcaram para o Tottenham, mas Tony Cottee e Paul Goddard trouxeram o nível de pontuação para os Irons.

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Presença: - 49.125

Na verdade, os Irons haviam assumido a liderança no primeiro tempo, quando o belga François van der Elst abriu o placar para o gol. Dez minutos depois do intervalo, Archibald aproveitou um erro do ex-Spur Jimmy Neighbour para empatar o placar, então Chris Hughton chutou longe de Phil Parkes, mas rebateu na trave. Coube ao caçador de golos Archibald vencer o jogo pelo décimo lugar, o Tottenham, com um golpe final.

Equipes:
Spurs - Hughton, Archibald
West Ham - Parkes, vizinho, Paul Allen, van der Elst
Presença: - 49.125

Equipes:
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Sub não utilizado. : -
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
Spurs -,,, (c),,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs -,,, (c),,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
Spurs -,,, (c),,,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
West Ham - Parkes, Stewart, Lampard, Bonds, Martin, Devonshire, Dickens, Holanda, Brooking, Pike, Cross, Goddard.
Spurs - Daines, Hughton, McAllister, Lacy, Perryman, Villa, Hoddle, Ardiles, Yorath, Archibald, Crooks
Presença: 36.235

Steve Perryman concedeu um pontapé-livre no lado direito do West Ham, que foi defendido por Brooking para o poste mais próximo, onde Radford entrou, mas não conseguiu tocar e a bola bateu Pat Jennings para colocar os Irons na frente após apenas dois minutos e 17 segundos.

Coates quase configurou o número dois para o West Ham com um passe para trás direto para Billy Jennings, que atirou em Pat Jennings, que o afastou, mas então um período de pressão na outra ponta viu John Pratt ganhar a bola no ar de um canto, acertando um zagueiro do West Ham na frente da linha de gol. Naylor recebeu um cartão amarelo por uma falta sobre Keith Robson, antes de Bill Green quase arremessar a bola sobre seu próprio goleiro de 25 metros, dando um suspiro de alívio quando a bola passou a uma jarda de largura e Bonds foi afastado da bola, permitindo que Peter Taylor corresse longe, mas ele só conseguiu encontrar a rede lateral. Houve um cartão amarelo para Lampard por arrastar Ralph Coates de volta.

Radford ganhou um escanteio e seu cabeceamento fez com que Jennings mergulhasse baixo para ficar atrás dele, antes de Keith Robson entrar no livro por chutar a bola para longe nos acréscimos no final do primeiro tempo.

Após o reinício, Hoddle jogou uma bola do lado direito e Alfie Conn correu para a área, com Billy Bonds ao lado dele. Conn caiu quando a bola parecia estar saindo do jogo e, após consulta com seu juiz de linha, o árbitro apontou a marca de pênalti para o capitão do West Ham puxando o braço de Conn, embora parecesse um prêmio fraco. Keith Osgood acertou bem no centro com tanto poder que Day não o teria impedido mesmo que tivesse seguido o caminho certo. Portanto, após 52 minutos, as pontuações estavam empatadas em 1-1.

Um escanteio caiu para Alfie Conn na entrada da área, mas seu chute saiu ao lado de Mervyn Day e, do escanteio, Kevin Lock acertou a linha do cabeceamento de Tommy Taylor no poste mais próximo. Um longo afastamento de Pat Jennings foi ganho no ar por Duncan, que encontrou Conn e seu calcanhar configurou Duncan para acertar um tiro imparável após um Day mal posicionado de 20 jardas para dar ao Tottenham uma vantagem de 61 minutos.

Quando o jogo chegou ao fim, era o Spurs pressionando para o terceiro gol, quando John Duncan pegou a bola de seu próprio cabeceamento, passou por dois zagueiros do West Ham e acertou um chute ascendente naquele dia.

Equipes:
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Osgood, Perryman (c), Gorman, Hoddle, Pratt, Coates, P. Taylor, Duncan, Conn
Sub não utilizado. : - Chris Jones
West Ham - Mervyn Day, Kevin Lock, Bill Green, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds (c), Frank Lampard, Trevor Brooking, Keith Robson, John Radford (Anton Otulakowski 46), Bryan 'Pop' Robson, Billy Jennings
Ref. : - Ken Burns (Stourbridge)
Presença: - 44.972

O West Ham deu o pontapé inicial e atacou a final de Paxton Road no primeiro tempo.
Clima: - Chovendo Vento forte

Equipes:
Spurs -,,, (c),,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,
Comparecimento : - ,

Uma bela defesa de Mervyn Day no gol dos Irons manteve os Spurs de fora aos 14 minutos, mas Bryan Robson e Billy Bonds marcaram para dar ao time da casa uma vantagem de 2-0. Um cabeceamento de John Duncan trouxe o Spurs de volta ao jogo aos 40 minutos, mas gols de Trevor Brooking (54 minutos), Billy Jennings e Alan Curbishley colocaram o Tottenham em 1-5. O Tottenham não estava desistindo e Glenn Hoddle marcou para dar o pontapé inicial na recuperação, com Keith Osgood convertendo de pênalti (seu quarto pênalti com sucesso na temporada) para 3-5.

Os Spurs esperavam chegar ainda mais perto, mas apesar de uma finalização valente, a defesa do West Ham conseguiu evitar novos gols.

Equipes:
West Ham - Day, Lock,, Bonds (c), Devonshire, Curbishley, Brooking, Jennings, B. Robson,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
Spurs - Daines Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister, Hoddle, Perryman, Pratt, Taylor (Coates), Conn, Duncan
Presença: - 28.997
Ref. : -

Equipes:
Spurs -,,, (c),,,,,,,
Sub não utilizado. : -
West Ham -,,,, (c),,,,,,
Presença: - 32.823

Um belo remate de John Duncan deu aos Spurs uma vantagem aos 101 minutos e depois o empate foi encerrado por Willie Young aos 108 minutos, com um cabeceamento de canto de Jimmy Neighbour.

Equipes:
West Ham - Day, McDowell, Lampard, Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Lock, Paddon, Holanda, Brooking (Jennings), Alan Taylor, Robson
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister (Knowles), Perryman, Pratt, Coates, Neighbour, Duncan, Chris Jones
Presença: - 38.443

Equipes:
Spurs - Jennings, Naylor, Young, Osgood, McAllister, Perryman, Pratt, Coates, Neighbour, Duncan (Conn), Chris Jones
West Ham - Day, McDowell, Lock, Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Coleman, Paddon, Holland, Brooking, Alan Taylor, Robson
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
West Ham -
Spurs -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs - Jennings, Evans, Inglaterra, Beal, Naylor, Pratt, Perryman, Coates (McGrath), Gilzean, Peters, Chivers
West Ham - Day, McDowall, McGiven, Lampard,
Presença: - 33.176
Ref. : - Keith Styles (Barnsley)

O Spurs chegou perto, com Martin Peters chutando ao lado quando estava livre no segundo tempo, mas foi o chute errado do parceiro Martin Chivers, após ser armado por Alan Gilzean aos 65 minutos, que bateu Bobby Ferguson para dar os dois pontos ao Spurs.

Equipes:
West Ham - Ferguson, McDowell, Moore, Holanda,
Spurs - Jennings, Evans, Dillon, Beal, Knowles, Neighbour, Perryman, Coates, Gilzean (Kinnear), Peters, Chivers
Presença: - 30.888

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

O gol da vitória veio perto do final da partida, de um canto de Jimmy Pearce. Mike England continuou, mas ao tentar limpar, Frank Lampard sênior só conseguiu direcionar a bola para sua própria rede, ultrapassando Peter Grotier.

Equipes:
Spurs - Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Pratt, England, Beal, Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters (Coates 46), Pearce
West Ham - Grotier, McDowell (J. Charles 84), Lampard, Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Moore, Tyler, Best, Holland, Brooking, B. Robson
Presença: - 51.291

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

O Tottenham avançou com um golo de Alan Mullery logo aos seis minutos, mas foi reduzido a 1-1 por um cabeceamento de Peter Eustace aos 23 minutos, após um livre de Bobby Moore.

O Spurs recuperou a liderança antes do intervalo, quando Mike England marcou aos 37 minutos, mas mais uma vez o placar foi igualado quando Geoff Hurst fez um gol aos 51 minutos e fez o 2-2.

Alan Mullery disse ao Daily Mirror que achava "ambos os objetivos do West Ham eram desleixados".

Equipes:
West Ham - Grotier, Bonds, Lampard, Eustace, T. Taylor, Moore (c), Ayris, Lindsay, Hurst, Greaves, Dear
Sub não utilizado. : - Holanda
Spurs - Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Inglaterra, Beal, Mullery (c), Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Pearce, Peters.
Sub não utilizado. : - P. Taylor
Presença: - 42.322
Ref: B. J. Homewood (Sunbury)

Um cabeceamento de Peters bateu na barra antes que Jimmy Pearce colocasse Gilzean no marcador, mas logo depois o ex-parceiro de Gilly, Jimmy Greaves, marcou um gol impressionante. No entanto, Alan Gilzean colocou o Tottenham na frente novamente quando um canto de Bond foi cabeceado por Mike England e Gilzean acenou com a cabeça.

No início do segundo período, Perryman abriu o placar para acertar um chute que ricocheteou no joelho de Grotier e, logo depois, Peter Bennett cabeceou para o empate dos Irons para somar um ponto na partida.

Equipes:
Spurs - Jennings, Evans, Knowles, Mullery, England, Bond, Gilzean, Perryman, Chivers, Peters, Pearce
Sub não utilizado. : - Pratt
West Ham - Grotier, Bonds, Lampard, Bennett, Stephenson, Moore, Best, Brooking, Hurst, Greaves, Howe.
Sub não utilizado. : -
Presença: - 53.640

Apesar de dominar os primeiros dez minutos, o Spurs ficou para trás quando Martin Peters deu aos Irons a liderança, com Geoff Hurst adicionando um segundo dois minutos depois.

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Presença: - 28.375

Embora o goleiro de Irons, Peter Grotier, tenha mantido o Spurs longe com uma série de boas defesas, foi a finalização atrevida de Greaves entre as pernas do goleiro que venceu a partida pelo Tottenham logo após o intervalo.

Equipes:
Spurs - Greaves,
West Ham - Grotier, Moore,
Presença: - 50.970

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Martin Peters e Geoff Hurst deram aos Irons a vantagem de 2 a 0 na hora, com dois gols em três minutos, apenas para Alan Gilzean marcar um minuto depois para reduzir para o Tottenham. Com apenas cinco minutos restantes, Jimmy Greaves apareceu para empatar e fazer o placar final por 2-2.

Equipes:
West Ham - Ferguson, Bonds, J. Charles, Peters, Stephenson, Moore (c), Redknapp, Boyce, Brooking, Hurst, Sissons
Sub não utilizado. : - Howe
Spurs - Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, Inglaterra, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Chivers, Venables, Gilzean
Sub não utilizado. : - Ligação
Presença: - 35.802

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Um gol precoce de Johnny Byrne colocou os Irons na frente, mas Jimmy Greaves empatou com um pênalti. Antes do intervalo, Peter Brabrook e Johnny Sissons ampliaram a vantagem, com Terry Venables reduzindo a vantagem para 3-2 no intervalo. O Spurs teve a oportunidade de vencer este jogo, mas Greaves disparou outra grande penalidade por cima da barra e sobrou para Alan Gilzean o empate. No entanto, a dez minutos do fim, Geoff Hurst marcou o golo da vitória para os visitantes.

Equipes:
Spurs - Venables, Greaves, Gilzean
West Ham - Byrne, Hurst, Sissons, Brabrook
Presença: - 32.376

Equipes:
West Ham - Standen, Burnett, Charles, Brown, Moore, Brabrook, Boyce, Peters, Bennett, Hurst, Sissons
Spurs - Jennings, Kinnear, Beal, Clayton, Knowles, Mullery, Robertson, Venables, Saul, Greaves, Gilzean
Presença: - 34.068

Mullery levou apenas um minuto para configurar o empate, já que seu impulso de longo alcance foi desviado no joelho de Greaves. Com o pêndulo balançando a favor do Tottenham, Terry Dyson deu a volta por cima e fez um gol de pé esquerdo para o goleiro dos Hammers para dar ao Spurs a vitória em um jogo afetado por chuvas torrenciais.

Equipes:
Spurs -,,,,, Mullery,,, Gilzean, Greaves, Dyson
West Ham -,,,,,, Byrne,,,, Sissons
Presença: - 50.054

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
West Ham -
Spurs -
Comparecimento : - ,

Equipes:
Spurs -
West Ham -
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Ref. : -

O ex-meio-campista do West Ham, John Smith, deu vantagem ao Spurs logo aos oito minutos, antes de Dave Mackay fazer o segundo gol do Tottenham aos 21 minutos. O West Ham retornou com Martin Peters (30 minutos) e Joe Kirkup empatando os Spurs de volta para 2-2 com 12 minutos do segundo tempo, mas Mackay mais uma vez deu aos Spurs a liderança, apenas para ver Ronnie Boyce empatar em 3- 3 com vinte minutos restantes. Foi o West Ham quem assumiu a liderança pela primeira vez na partida graças ao esforço de Tony Scott sete minutos depois e o Tottenham teve que contar com Dave Mackay para completar um hat-trick aos 93 minutos e fazer o placar final em 4-4 .

Equipes:
Spurs - Brown, Baker, Henry, John Smith, Marchi, Mackay, Medwin, White, Bobby Smith, Greaves, Cliff Jones
West Ham - Standen, Kirkup, Burkett, Moore, Brown, Brabrook, Sealey, Peters, Scott, Byrne, Boyce
Presença: - 44.650
Ref. : -

O zagueiro do West Ham, John Lyall, marcou seu próprio gol para iniciar o placar e então Terry Medwin, o par de Jimmy Greaves, Cliff Jones e John White completaram o placar do Spurs. O único consolo do West Ham foi um gol de Phil Woosnam.

Equipes:
West Ham - Lyall, Woosnam
Spurs - White, Medwin, Greaves, Jones
Presença: - 32.527

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O primeiro golo do Spurs resultou de Ken Brown desviar o remate de Les Allen para a sua própria baliza, mas Allen apareceu no marcador mesmo antes do intervalo, graças aos seus próprios esforços. A equipa da casa resistiu na segunda parte, mas foi John White, que marcou a nove minutos do fim e fez o 3-0 com um remate de Brian Rhodes na baliza dos Hammers.

Equipes:
West Ham - Rhodes, K. Brown,
Spurs - White, Les Allen,
Presença: - 34.351

Equipes:
Spurs - White, Dyson, Jones
West Ham -
Presença: - 54.930

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John Dick e John Bond colocaram os Irons em vantagem por 2 a 0, antes de Ron Henry passar por seu próprio goleiro. O Spurs marcou por Alfie Stokes, mas Vic Keeble voltou a marcar para garantir a segurança dos visitantes.

Equipes:
Spurs - Henry, Stokes,
West Ham - Bond, Dick, Keeble,
Presença: - 43.817
Ref. : -

Não houve gols no primeiro tempo, pois o jogo demorou um pouco para ganhar velocidade, mas John Dick e Vic Keeble fizeram dois para o West Ham e Bobby Smith diminuiu um, mas não foi o suficiente para o Spurs marcar um ponto.

Equipes:
West Ham - Dick, Keeble
Spurs - Bobby Smith
Presença: - 26.178
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O replay da Sexta Rodada viu as portas fechadas em Upton Park enquanto a multidão assistia ao Tottenham se mover para a semifinal com uma vitória por 2 a 1 com uma vitória das 15h00. começar em uma quinta-feira à tarde.

Tommy Harmer e Duquemin estiveram novamente na folha de pontuação para o Spurs, que facilitou a passagem, apesar dos jornais afirmarem que o West Ham teve cinco apelações de pênaltis rejeitadas! O gol de Harmer veio pouco antes do intervalo, quando acertou um cruzamento de Mel Hopkins. O time da casa empatou quando Billy Dare cabeceou no centro de Frank O'Farrell aos 65 minutos, mas cinco minutos depois, o Tottenham reservou uma vaga na semifinal com um chute de Len Duquemin no canto esquerdo do gol.

Equipes:
West Ham - Gregory, Bond, Cantwell (c), Malcolm, Allison, O'Farrell, Hooper, Foan, Dare, Dick, Tucker
Spurs - Reynolds, Norman, Hopkins, Blanchflower (c), Clarke, Marchi, Harmer, Brooks, Duquemin, Bobby Smith, Robb
Ref. : - J. Williams (Nottingham)
Presença: - 34.911

Quando John Dick marcou um hat-trick em quatorze minutos, parecia que o West Ham estava navegando para a semifinal da Copa da Inglaterra. Mas o Spurs tinha outras idéias.

Com três rebatidas entre os 21 e os 35 minutos, a vantagem de 3-1 dos Irons parecia muito impressionante. Dick abriu o placar aos 21 minutos e cabeceou um segundo dois minutos depois. O Spurs voltou ao jogo quando Harry Clarke acertou a trave, Bobby Smith disparou o rebote para o gol e John Bond pegou a bola na linha. O pênalti de Tommy Harmer aos 32 minutos reduziu os atrasos e, dois minutos depois do hat-trick de Dick, George Robb marcou novamente para fazer o 2 a 3 no intervalo, quando cabeceou um canto de Johnny Brooks para a rede.

O Spurs pressionou para obter o empate e teve sucesso em sua jornada quando Len Duquemin marcou o terceiro gol aos 74 minutos para empatar o placar e levar a sexta rodada para um replay em Upton Park.

Equipes:
Spurs - Reynolds, Norman, Hopkins, Clarke, Blanchflower (c), Marchi, Harmer, Brooks, Smith, Robb, Duquemin
West Ham - Gregory, Bond, Cantwell, Malcolm, Allison (c), O'Farrell, Hooper, Foan, Dare, Dick, Tucker
Presença: - 69.118

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Eddie Baily abriu o placar para Les Medley no terceiro minuto para entrar em campo, que chutou Ernie Gregory no gol e deu ao Spurs a vantagem inicial. Gregory negou o Spurs com três defesas consecutivas, mas não conseguiu evitar que Sonny Walters entrasse na rede por meio de uma multidão de jogadores e fez o 2 a 0 dez minutos depois do jogo inaugural.

Harry Clarke deu uma chance a Bill Robinson com um passe ruim aos 25 minutos, com o placar reduzido quando o jogador do Irons passou a bola ao redor do goleiro Ted Ditchburn e marcou para o gol.

Les Bennett deu ao Spurs uma vantagem de 3-1 com um gol de outro passe de Baily e pouco antes do final um cabeceamento de Walters de um cruzamento de Medley encerrou o placar.

Equipes:
Spurs - Ditchburn,,,,, Baily, Medley, Walters, Bennett
West Ham - Gregory,,,,,, Robinson
Presença: - 51.124

Equipes:
West Ham - Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Fred Kearns, Derek Parker, Dick Walker, Tommy Moroney, Eric Parsons, Gerry Gazzard, Ken Wright, Danny McGowan, Ken Bainbridge
Spurs - Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Colin Withers, Bill Nicholson, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Len Duquemin, Eddie Baily, Les Medley
Presença: - 31.734

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Presença: - 38.132
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Les Bennett colocou o Tottenham na frente, com um gol aos 11 minutos, mas logo após o intervalo, o West Ham saiu na frente com gols de Sam Snell e Ken Bainbridge. No entanto, foi deixado para George Foreman, voltando ao seu antigo clube, que agarrou um gol de empate para o Tottenham, que estava sem Ron Burgess, que jogava pelo País de Gales naquele dia.

Equipes:
West Ham - Snell, Bainbridge
Spurs - Bennett, Foreman
Presença: - 34.150

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Presença: - 21.000

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Presença: - 21.000

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Fenton e Goulden marcaram pelos donos da casa, mas gols de Gibbons e Ivan Broadis (2) garantiram a vitória do Tottenham

Equipes:
West Ham - Gregory, N. Corbett, Lewis, Attwell, R. Walker, Macaulay, Small, E. Fenton, Foreman, Goulden, Foxall
Spurs -
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West Ham - Gregory, C. Walker, Whatley, E. Fenton, R. Walker, N. Corbett, Small, Macaulay, Foreman, Goulden, Foxall
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Presença: - 5.200

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Presença: - 4.690

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West Ham - Foxall,
Presença: - 52.304

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Spurs - Sargent, Gibbons
West Ham -
Presença: - 47.961

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West Ham - Goulden
Spurs - Morrison
Presença: - 31.906

Com Ralph Ward fazendo sua estréia, gols de Jimmy Marshall, Len Goulden e Peter Simpson superaram o único golpe de George Hunt, do Tottenham.

Equipes:
Spurs - Ward,,,,,, G. Hunt,
West Ham -,,,, Simpson,, Goulden, Marshall
Presença: - 57.417

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West Ham - Wilson,
Spurs -
Presença: - 31.706
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Spurs - Whatley, George Hunt, O'Callaghan
West Ham - Morton
Presença: - 45.129
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O Spurs venceu a partida por 5 a 0, com um hat-trick de gols de Jimmy Dimmock e dois de Frank Osborne em um jogo esportivamente disputado, com o resultado não determinado até a última fase, quando o Spurs encerrou o vitória.

Equipes:
Spurs - Osborne, Dimmock
West Ham -
Presença: - 49.800

Jack Elkes marcou o outro gol do Tottenham ao terminar com a vitória por 4-2.

Equipes:
Spurs - Elkes, Osborne
West Ham -
Presença: - 35.259

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Spurs -, Seed,
West Ham -,,,,,, Watson
Presença: - 29.321

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West Ham - Campbell
Presença: - 18.153

Com gols de Jimmy Cantrell e Jimmy Dimmock, o Spurs registrou uma vitória por 2 a 0 em seu caminho para um recorde de 70 pontos para vencer o Campeonato da Segunda Divisão.

Equipes:
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Spurs -,,,,,,,, Cantrell
Presença: - 25.691


Os 15 maiores defensores da história da Premier League foram classificados

Terry passou toda a sua carreira na Premier League com o Chelsea e ganhou uma série de troféus em seus 19 anos de carreira.

Ele ultrapassa o ex-companheiro de equipe internacional Rio Ferdinand, que vem em segundo lugar, enquanto Sol Campbell, Tony Adams e Nemanja Vidic completam os cinco primeiros.

O jogador mais ativo atualmente na lista é Vincent Kompany, que exerce sua função como jogador-técnico no Anderlecht, após 11 anos no Manchester City.

Confira a lista completa do Squawka abaixo.

15. Ledley King

Troféus ganhos: Taça da Liga 2007/08

14. Kolo Touré

Clubes: Arsenal (2002-2009), Manchester City (2009-2013) e Liverpool (2013-2016)

Troféus ganhos: FA Cup (2), FA Community Shield (2), Premier League (2)

13. Sami Hyypia

Troféus ganhos: Taça FA (2), Taça da Liga (2), FA Community Shield (2), Taça UEFA de 2000/01, SuperTaça Europeia (2), Liga dos Campeões da UEFA de 2004/05

12. Jamie Carragher

Trophies won: FA Cup (2), League Cup (3), FA Community Shield (2), 2000/01 UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup (2), 2004/05 UEFA Champions League

11. Jaap Stam

Clubs: Manchester United (1998-2001)

Trophies won: Premier League (3), 1998/99 FA Cup, 1998/99 UEFA Champions League, 1999 Intercontinental Cup

Clubs: Southampton (2015-2018 & Liverpool (2018 - present)

Trophies won: 2018/19 UEFA Champions League, 2019/20 UEFA Super Cup

9. Vincent Kompany

Clubs: Manchester City (2008-2019)

Trophies won: FA Cup (2), Premier League (4), FA Community Shield (2), League Cup (4)

8. Steve Bruce

Clubs: Manchester United (1992-1996)

Trophies won: FA Cup (3), FA Community Shield (3), 1990/91 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 1991 UEFA Super Cup, 1991/92 League Cup, Premier League (3)

7. Ricardo Carvalho

Trophies won: Premier League (3), League Cup (2), FA Community Shield (2)

6. Gary Pallister

Clubs: Manchester United (1992-1998) & Middlesbrough (1998-2001)

Trophies won: FA Cup (3), FA Community Shield (5), 1990/91 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 1991 UEFA Super Cup, 1991/92 League Cup, Premier League (4)

5. Nemanja Vidic

Clubs: Manchester United (2006-2014)

Trophies won: League Cup (3), Premier League (5), FA Community Shield (5), 2007/08 UEFA Champions League, 2008 FIFA Club World Cup

4. Tony Adams

Trophies won: 1992/93 League Cup, FA Cup (3), 1993/94 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, Premier League (2), FA Community Shield (2)

3. Sol Campbell

Clubs: Tottenham (1992-2001), Arsenal (2001-2006, 2010) & Portsmouth (2006-2009)

Trophies won: 1998/99 League Cup, Premier League (2), FA Cup (3), 2004 FA Community Shield

2. Rio Ferdinand

Clubs: West Ham United (1995-2000), Leeds United (2000-2002) & Manchester United (2002-2014)

Trophies won: 1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup, Premier League (6), FA Community Shield (6), League Cup (3), 2007/08 UEFA Champions League, 2008 FIFA Club World Cup

1. John Terry

Trophies won: FA Cup (5), Premier League (5), FA Community Shield (4), League Cup (3), 2011/12 UEFA Champions League, 2012/13 UEFA Europa League


Kings and bullfights - West Ham United's amazing summer tour of Spain

West Ham United were among the pioneers in arranging football tours of the Continent, writes lifelong Hammer and historian Stuart Allen.

After the conclusion of the First World War a number had been undertaken including to Spain – Bilbao was included but no details are available – Holland and even Germany.

The Hammers’ Official Handbook of 1926-27 includes a summary of a tour to Spain which took place over a three-week period at the end of the previous season, penned by one of the Club’s directors.

Manager Syd King, his assistant Charlie Paynter, eight directors and 15 players assembled at Victoria Station on 20 May 1926 for the two-day train and ferry journey necessary for the party to reach their first Spanish destination, Madrid. It seems as though there were a number of train changes on the route and negotiating Customs proved rather difficult!

On arrival, the group rested and recovered and even undertook some sightseeing before taking to the pitch for their first tour match against a Spanish International XI.

Among the spectators were King Alfonso XIII and a number of other members of the Spanish Royal Family, the British Ambassador as well as dignitaries from other foreign countries, who saw West Ham win 2-1.

The memorable event concluded with a banquet to cap what was described as a ‘wonderful day’.

After a further day of sightseeing, a round of golf and a visit to the theatre, although our scribe noted how this did not start until 11pm and did not finish until nearly 2am, the second game was scheduled for the following afternoon against the Royal Madrid Club (now known simply as Real Madrid).

The King’s sons Alfonso, Price of Asturias, and Jaime, Duke of Segovia, were both in attendance and enjoyed a 3-2 win for the Spanish side.

The following day, after taking in a bullfight, the West Ham party boarded a train for an 18-hour train journey north west to the coastal town of Corunna, from where the Spanish Armada had set sail 336 years before.

Two matches were played during their stay in Galicia. The first saw West Ham defeat Corunna 3-0, with forward John Campbell (pictured) making it three goals in three games.

The second game was against the same opposition, supplemented by guest Spanish internationals, but again the Hammers prevailed, this time by a narrower 2-1 scoreline.

West Ham then moved on again, 100 miles south to Vigo, for another two games. Vigo put up firm resistance in the first, but once again the Hammers triumphed by two goals to one.

The final match of the tour was against the same Vigo side, when it was felt that winger Jimmy Ruffell was repeatedly wrongly given offside and the home side were allegedly awarded a penalty for a handball incident which no-one saw!

A draw looked the likely result but minutes from the end the home side claimed the winner from what was reputedly an obvious offside position to snatch a 3-2 victory.

The journey home was booked on board the cruise ship Asturius, which had been built by the famous Harland and Wolff in Belfast. The two-day journey home to Southampton via the French port of Cherbourg was occupied by an impromptu concert, many games of cards and winger Tommy Yews giving a turn on the piano for the assembled passengers to sing along to.

According to our director’s report, the tour was judged to have been a great success and was recorded as a ‘very entertaining and delightful holiday in Spain’.


1983-84 Friendlies

The match v Thor Waterschie had an exciting opening, a Belgian defender clearing Alan Devonshire's chip-shot off the line and Phil Parkes saving a penalty, both in the space of twelve minutes. Devonshire had another run through the opposing defence to provide Paul Goddard with an opening to put us one up in the 29th minute.

The Belgians equalised five minutes after the interval, but the remaining period was played at a slower pace, and neither side got on top.

So it went to a penalty shoot-out. Phil Parkes saved the first of the Waterschie efforts, but we also missed twice — and lost out 3-4 on. the spot-kicks.

Our pre-season list of friendlies was due to open with a visit to Southend United on August 1, but the Shrimpers had insufficient players to field a team at Roots Hall.

We therefore went into the Bielefeld tournament in West Germany without actual match-practice, and in that sense were at a disadvantage because the opposition had already played ten or more exhibition games each.

Our semi-final tie was against Dutch champions Ajax of Amsterdam, and we did well by holding them scoreless in the first half. However, we were one down three minutes after the resumption, it was generally agreed that the linesman concerned missed a palpable "offside" infringement, and it had its subsequent effect. But it did not take Ajax long to settle the issue, and further goals by Jesper Olsen (67 mins.) and Jan Molby (70 mins.> put the game beyond our reach. Trevor Brooking netted for us in the last minute.

In the other semi-final, the host club - Armenia Bielefeld defeated Thor Waterschei of Belgium 4-0 (half-time 1-0)


Steve Marsh & Stuart Allen

Our Reserves' first match of 1984 produced a spate of goals at the Vetch Field. The Hammers opened the scoring and went into a two-nil lead: Swansea City reduced their arrears but we netted again before half -time to hold a 3-1 margin at the interval. The Swans got another, but we made it 4-2 and appeared sure to have made certain of full points. However, the homesters again rallied, and in an inspired closing spell drew level at four apiece to share the spoils.

Paul Allen and Paul Goddard returned to action after injury, and Goddard celebrated by scoring twice. Mark Schiavi got the other couple to round off a good personal performance.

Last Saturday's home match was a very one-sided affair, and lowly-placed Swindon Town provided few problems for our team.

We netted three goals in each half. Kevin Keen ended a combined move for the first on 18 minutes seven minutes latel Paul Goddard volleyed the second two minutes before half-time Keith McPherson made it 3-0 after a corner it was 4-0 on the hour with Warren Donald scoring after a very good move was completed by Greg Campbell on 73 minutes and as a finale Alan Dickens completed the rout with only three minutes left to play.

A good all-round performance, from which our recently-injured players emerged without further mishaps.

6 - 0 (Campbell, Dickens, Donald, Goddard, Keen, McPherson)

3 - 3 (Campbell, Dickens, Parris)

6 - 1 (Campbell 2, West 2, Matthews, [og])

Ardiles, Brazil. Brooke, Crooks, Hazard, Hughton, Price and Thomas, those were eight of the names among the Spurs XI which took the field for a 1 30 p.m. kick-off at Ihe Cheshunt training-ground on January 21 against the Hammers' Reserves in a Combination fixture.

Distinguished company in somewhat undistinguished surroundings, to oppose a side which included only four with First Team experience (Paul Allen, Billy Bonds, Alan Dickens and Paul Goddard). Our quartet aforementioned were continuing their recoveries from recent injuries, but skipper Billy was effusive in his praise of the manner in which the younger colleagues played to earn a 3-3 draw.

Indeed, it might well have ended in an against the-odds victory for the Hammers, as our team were three times in arrears at 0-1, 1-2 and 2-3 before levelling the score lor the third time in a match which was exciting to watch and a pleasure to play in — as far as we were concerned, anyway'

Greg Campbell. Alan Dickens and George Parris were our scorers but to those already listed, we add the names of John Vaughan, Alan Spiers. Keith McPherson, Andy Skinner and Paul Goyette — they all deserve a mention!

The Combination fixture v Fulham was switched to our Chadwell Heath ground following a decision on the morning of the previous day. An inspection of the pitch at Upton Park made it apparent that it would be advisable to make the change, bearing in mind the possibility that there might be a replay of our FA Cup lie v Crystal Palace on the following Tuesday. As events turned out, it was a wise move.

The encounter at Chadwell Heath was a somewhat one-sided affair, as we recorded a six-nil victory over the Cottagers. The visitors kept us to a 2-0 margin at the interval, but were over-run during the second half, David Matthews had the "star" performance, netting a hat-trick (including a penalty]. Terry Baker, Kevin Keen and George Parris each contributed one goal to a good all-round performance by our squad.

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Our Reserves' spate of goal-scoring came to an abrupt conclusion when Watford's second-string visited Upton Park on Feb. 25. The Hornets' reserves emulated the performance of their seniors by winning on our pitch, but the score was even more convincing - a four-clear-goals margin.

It could have all been so different, as during the second minute we hit the bar, had the shot after the rebound cleared off the line and then hit the woodwork again with the follow-up. The visitors went ahead after 20 minutes and made it two up ten minutes later. A third defensive error sealed our fate before Watford netted their fourth goal

Our fixture v Norwich at Carrow Road on Feb. 29 was postponed at the request of the Canaries, due to their shortage of players and a mid-week commitment for a First Team friendly match.


1983-84 Football Combination

This fixture was in doubt after seeing the conditions at Filbert Street in the TV showing of City's abandoned First Division game versus Southampton the preceeding Saturday there were obvious doubts as to whether our fixture could take place. However, the pitch was back into good shape, and the fixture went ahead with an afternoon kick-off. The first half was goalless, but the homesters went ahead after the interval a splendid recovery by the Hammers led to goals by Tony Cottee and Paul Brush earning us a merited 2-1 victory and a move up the table. Paul Goyette went on as sub for Frank Lampard ten minutes from time and did well in those remaining exchanges.

7 - 2 (Barnes 4, Allen, Campbell, Schiavi)

4 - 1 (Dickens 2, Barnes, Parris)

Vaughan, Spiers, Lampard, Donald, McPherson, Baker, Barnes, Orr, Dickens, Matthews, Parris

4 - 1 (Barnes, Campbell, Parris, Whitton)

After opening the season with five successive wins, our Reserves were held to a goalless draw at Upton Park. Our young side had about 80 per cent of the play against Oxford United Reserves but did not capitalise on the chances created.

The XI which lined up against Birmingham City Reserves at St. Andrew's on Tuesday afternoon had a more experienced look on paper, but we failed to score. Unfortunately the Blues hit a 30-yard net-finder, so they gained the spoils and their second win to date.

The following home fixture v. Crystal Palace was called off on the preceding morning as the Glaziers were not able to field eleven fit players due lo injury, etc.

Some of Sunday's newspapers did not include the result of our match v. Bristol Rovers at Upton Park on the preceding afternoon. However, on lhat occasion it was a case of "no news is good news," as our team ended 4-1 winners.

Bobby Barnes, Alan Dickens and George Parris each scored once in the first half. Rovers cut down the margin after the interval, but Dickens netted his second goal to make us convincing winners. The performances of our younger players were most encouraging, and the viciory kept the Hammers well in contention for the leadership.

Our home match versus Norwich City Reserves was played during the afternoon at the Chadwell Heath training ground. The Canaries provided strong opposition, and the first half ended goalless. The majority of our line-up were teenagers from our professional staff, including Terry Baker who was due to sign full pro forms on the following day.

However, it was "veteran" Frank Lampard who eventually settled the destination of the points his direct free-kick eluded the defensive wall, and we gained a close, but well-merited victory. It put us back into joint-top position in the Combination table point-wise, but below Arsenal on goal-difference.

The fixture against Ipswich Town Reserves took place at Portman Road. On this occasion it was the greater experience of the home side which turned the scales in their favour. The Town scored twice during the first half, and added another after the interval to emerge with a 3-0 margin that moved them into the top half of the table.

Crystal Palace Reserves were probably as surprised as most of the spectators when they left the field at the conclusion of the match at Upton Park on November 12, The foot-of-the-table Glaziers had held us to a goalless draw — a result which obviously was not to our liking as leadership contenders.

Our second-string eventually showed far more convincing form in their visit to the Elm Park ground where they met Reading Reserves. However, until after half-time it was disappointing for us, insofar that the Biscuttmen led 1-0 at the interval but then came a succession of goals for the Hammers. A Bobby Barnes' centre was converted by Steve Whitton for the equaliser George Parris volleyed his shot into the net from a set-piece move Whitton returned the compliment for Barnes to make it 3-1 and finally Greg Campbell went through on the wing to complete the scoring in 4-1 victory. A much better ending that put us into second place in the table.

After a goalless first-half at Upton Park, David Matthews put us ahead of Charlton Athletic Reserves. It continued at 1-0 in our favour until literally the last kick of the match then the South Londoners equalised to snatch a point that was an unexpected concession.

Top-of-the-table Arsenal strengthened their position with another victory when we visited Highbury.

The Gunners went one up in the first half, and added another after the interval. With the score at two-nil in their favour, the homesters appeared set for a bigger margin due to the experience in their line-up. However, our younger side pegged away, and forced the North Londoners to concede a penalty. Our spot-kick did not find the net, but Kevin Keen netted the rebound to make it 1-2. From thence onward we fought hard to save a point, but the opposition held us out.

Luton Town Reserves are having a good season, and the 2-1 victory they gained at Upton Park put them into top place although Arsenal Reserves had games in hand.

The Hatters led by one goal at the interval, but we went on level terms again when Paul Goddard marked his return after injury with an equaliser. The visitors regained the advantage and held out to win, thus inflicting upon our second-string its second home defeat of the current campaign.

Earlier in the week we had been hoping for Billy Bonds to have a run out in the same match, and his name was actually printed in the programme on the Friday afternoon. However, it was eventually decided that he was not quite ready to have a match-test Paul Allen was also precluded for similar reasons,

Mark Schiavi was back in the line-up, following his two-month loan spell with AFC Bournemouth.

Our solitary Reserve Team fixture during the Christmas - New Year period was an away match against Fulham on Thursday 29 December.

Only two of our starting line-up had any League experience (Tom McAlister and the recently-promoted Warren Donald), and this proved a decisive element after the first 20 minutes or so when we did quite well. The Cottagers went one up before half-time and added another couple after the interval to win 3-0. Dave Swindlehurst went on as sub during the concluding 20 minutes in preparation for his return to the First Team versus Spurs two days afterwards. The result could well have been much different if some of our early shots had gone into the net instead of striking the homesters' woodwork.


West Ham’s Problems are More Deep Rooted than Slaven Bilic

The issues at West Ham right now will not be solved by firing the best manager the club has had in over a decade. West Ham should double down on Bilic if anything. The problem is the squad is built wrong.

The first team squad that West Ham went into this season with is too one-dimensional. It&rsquos too top heavy it has no balance. No strong two-way midfielders and no real talent at the back. Bless Aaron Cresswell but he&rsquos fighting a losing battle back there.

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A football team must be delicately balanced in all areas. Age, experience, finesse, grit and above all character. Focusing too much on one thing can easily throw off the balance and hinder the teams chances for sustained success.

História

The early 2000&rsquos Real Madrid are a perfect example of this. Florentino Perez had just taken over the club as chairman and was eager to make his mark. He did so by buying the flashiest and most expensive attacking players of the day. Figo, Ronaldo (buck tooth not underwear model) Zidane and Beckham. That team though didn&rsquot win anything consistently for almost 10 years despite the fact that they were the most expensively assembled side of all time. What was the mistake he made? He sold Claude Makelele to Chelsea FC at the beginning of the Abramovich reign.

While Chelsea FC went on to have the winningest time in their history Real Madrid went on a barren spell of which the clubs famous &ldquoMadridistas&rdquo had never seen. What was wrong? How could a team with so much talent not be winning matches?

The truth is football is a two way game. Every player must attack and every player must defend. They need to play as one with one mind. Allow a romantic interlude if you would. A good football team should be like water in the ocean. It should flow continuously. Crashing again and again on the opposing goal with relentless creativity and flow. It should find a way in no matter what. It is like the famous Bruce Lee quote &ldquoWhen you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Water can drip and it can crash&rdquo. That is how football is supposed to be played, or at least that is my footballing philosophy.

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The Balance

If there are only attackers then who is there to win the ball back? Who is there to boss the midfield? A team must have balance. The great Barcelona teams had Messi, Iniestia, Xavi and Ronaldinho but they also had Mascherano, Busquests, Pique and Marquez. The Milan teams that I loved as a child had Shevchenko, Inzaghi, Seedorf and Pirlo but they also had Gattuso, Maldini and Nesta. Arsenal&rsquos &ldquoInvincibles&rdquo had Thierry Henry, Bergkamp and Ljunberg but they also had Patrick Viera and Sol Campbell.

West Ham have no balance now. They have players at both ends of the spectrum. They have either those with attacking talent and no real gruff or dirt behind the ears. Players that my old coaches would say had no interest in the &ldquoblood and mud&rdquo side of the game. Meanwhile they have others whom it seems their only previous sporting experience was in bareknuckle boxing. Both are necessary and all are welcome but there must be the players in between, the glue that ties it all together.

Mark Noble at this rate simply cannot keep starting for the club. His captaincy is valuable but his play is a hindrance. Especially in the 3-4-3. He is too slow and his passing range too small and too erratic. Obiang is a fighter and I like him but if there&rsquos no passing in the midfield how is the ball even going to get up top? Beside Obiang a player with technique in the pivot is necessary. Someone like Luka Modric or Toni Kroos both of whom are ready for a scrap but can hit a 30 yarder worth a picture as well. I&rsquove made suggestions on this before so I won&rsquot dilly dally now.

West Ham’s Build

Up top there is simply one kind of striker. Target man. Ayew, Carroll and Zaza are all the same. I&rsquom willing to give Carroll more time because as part of a strike partnership he can be useful. Ayew will need more time to bed in but he&rsquos already lost to the African Cup of Nations and then there&rsquos Simone Zaza. Who built this thing? Did no one look at a schedule and point out the obvious deficiencies? It&rsquos utter madness.

Strike partnerships need to be a ying and yang of balance. Beside your target man must be the poaching finisher. The fox in the box type with an eye for the pass. Thierry Henry had Bergkamp. Ronaldo had Raul. Batistuta had Totti.

The point is this. Bilic has not done a good job so far. But nobody at West Ham has. The whole thing right now is rotten to the core and needs to get fixed sharpish. It simply doesn&rsquot work any other way. Firing Bilic prolongs the problem. He knows the squad and how to fix its problems. A new manager will spend all of January getting to know his players before he knows what&rsquos wrong. This squad needs fixing so it can be properly managed.

Firing Slaven Bilic would be telling people to put on bathing suits when the ship is leaking instead of banding together to fix the hole in the first place. West Ham have a choice. They can blame Bilic and go down to the Championship or they can fix this squad and see what he does. They can come together as a club or they will fail as individuals.


No. 24 Dwight Yorke

Premier League clubs: Aston Villa (1992-1998), Manchester United (1998-2002), Blackburn (2002-2004), Birmingham City (2004-2005) and Sunderland (2007-2009).

The greatest Trinidadian footballer of all-time, Dwight Yorke had a major impact in the Premier League as he helped to lead Aston Villa to a League Cup and helped Manchester United claim the treble in 1999.

Yorke also is one of the greatest strikers in league history, as he is tenth in Premier League history with 123 goals.


"WEST HAM CAN BECOME BIGGER THAN CHELSEA"

HUGE OPPORTUNITY IN EAST LONDON


The real secret of London over the last and future decades is this: the trend towards east London : Canary Wharf becoming the Manhattan of Europe, the Thames Estuary Airport replacing Heathrow, the 2012 Olympics coming to Stratford, the high-speed Channel Tunnel Rail Link, and and the development of the Thames Gateway region to accommodate UK population expansion.

Population growth in the UK has prompted planning for major new town development. The overwhelming majority of this growth will take place in the south-east, and more particularly in the Thames Gateway region, stretching from East London out through Essex. This is West Ham's natural catchment. Several hundred thousand new homes are planned.

The population and business development of the Thames Gateway region will be compounded if, as now seems possible, London's new flagship airport is commissioned for the Thames estuary region east of London. This 㿞 billion proposal is intended to replace west London's Heathrow airport and is likely to catalyse enormous new investment into east London and the south Essex/ north Kent area as a part of the general trend of population and capital flow eastwards across London.

NEAR CANARY WHARF & THE CITY

THE OLYMPIC STADIUM


Boris Johnson, London's mayor, has indicated that he wishes for a football club to take over ownership of London's 2012 Olympic Stadium in Stratford, East London once the games are over. West Ham United is the local football club - West Ham tube station is one stop from Stratford.

The effect of West Ham taking up residency in the Olympic stadium will be enormous. David Dein, the former Arsenal director, has said that the prospect of West Ham in the Olympic Stadium "frightens him to death". Dein understands that the only thing that has historically held West Ham back from emerging as a "superclub" has been the parochial attitude of successive boards, an inadequate stadium and undercapitalisation. The club's support, its brand and its ability to compete in the Arsenal catchment is undoubted.

West Ham is the only football club whose move into the Olympic Stadium can be assured of gaining the requisite political consent. Stratford is firmly in the West Ham catchment area, and a long way from the traditional catchment of other football clubs. Were Spurs to propose moving into Stratford, there is a high chance of virulent local opposition, by the Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, who has consistently championed West Ham's move there, and by other political authorities. There is currently rising concern in the UK about the way the traditions of the Premier League are being commercially transformed, and resistance to unwelcome change would be a populist stance. When Chelsea proposed alternative sites outside their traditional catchment within the last eighteen months, the football regulatory and political authorities did not react favourably.


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