Team West ham

Album / Team Pages 20

Digital Cards for this Web site  33                      (completed)

Just 70-71 Footballers

Claret shirts, Blue sleeves, White shorts and stockings

(Sky Blue shirts with two Claret bands, Sky Blue shorts and stockings)

1970-71

Boleyn Ground

Green Strret, Upton Park, London E.13. Telephone 01-472 0704

Ground Capacity 42000

London

1st Division Final Placing 20th

West Ham PDF

(59 Pages)

Team Page last update 2012-06-12

WEST HAM UNITED

Squad officially registrated by the Football League and the Football Association between 1st August 1970 and 30th June 1971. Includes transfers during this period and players on loan. Known Youth , Apprentice or Reserve players added in case the autograph is in this collection.

NOT READY YET

Billy Jenkins

FTT

Managers, Trainers, Coaches (2 names) 1 missing


Ron Greenwood (Manager), Billy Jenkins (First Team Trainer)


Squad Members (31 names) 0 missing


Steve Aylott, John Ayris,Paul Bennett, Clyde Best, Billy Bonds, Ron Boyce, Trevor Brooking, John Charles, John Cushley, Steve Death, Brian Dear, Peter Eustace, Bobby Ferguson, Jimmy Greaves, Peter Grotier, Paul Heffer, Pat Holland, Bobby Howe, Geoff Hurst, Frank Lampard, Jimmy Lindsay, David Llewellyn, Kevin Lock, John McDowell, Bobby Moore, Harry Redknapp, Bryan Robson, John Sissons, Terry Scales, Alan Stephenson, Tommy Taylor


Goalkeepers


Bobby Ferguson, Peter Grotier


Skipper


Club Captain 1970-71 Bobby Moore


 


70-71 TRANSFER DIARY. WHERE DID THEY GO ? WHO´S NEW IN THE TEAM ?


8th August John Simmons to Sheffield Wednesday (£60.000), 8th September Steve Death to reading (£20.000), 25th September John Cushley to Dunfermline (£10.000), 6th October Brian Dear to Millwall, 15th October Peter Bennett to Orient (p/e), Tommy Taylor from Orient (£80.000), 22nd February Bryan Robson from Newcastle United (£120.000), 24th May Jimmy Lindsay to Watford (£20.000) No information about transfer date Jimmy Greaves to Barnet, Bobby Howe to Bournemouth & Boscombe, Paul Heffer to Cambridge City and Brian Dear to Woodfor Town


BOARD OF DIRECTORS / NON PLAYING STAFF


Chairman: R. H. Pratt, Directors: L. C. Cearns, W. F. Cearns, R. G. Brandon, B. R. Cearns, F.C.I.S, Secretary: E. Chapman, P.R.O.: Jack Helliar


West Ham United FA Cup Winners 1975


Signed by all 12 players

West Ham United 1970-71