A Pictorial History

FOOTBALL PROGRAMMES

WEST HAM UNITED

Steve Marsh & Stuart Allen

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1933-34 Football League : Division II

BOLTON WANDERERS : Football League Division II

33_08_26 Bolton Wanderers H

Although we have beaten the "Trotters" in League football by a bigger margin it is doubtful whether we have looked more completely the master. It was an excellent game, both victors and vanquished playing the type of football which pleased all concerned; but the young Boltonians, despite their vim and cleverness, were unable to cope with our attack. However, their avarage age is somewhere around the twenty mark, so they have plenty of time before then

Upton Park

4 - 2 (Watson V. 2, Morton, o.g.)

26 August 1933

Att: 26,000

McMahon

Thorpe

Robson

Anderson

Barrett

Cockroft

Tippett

Landells

Watson V.

Goulden

Morton

At Plymouth our attack again showed its strength. As a team we did well, and could have returned to London with both points and without a blush, but something went a little amiss with the rear guard. Nevertheless, the lads are to be congratulated upon the one point

McMahon

Thorpe

Robson

Anderson

Barrett

Cockroft

Tippett

Landells

Mills

Goulden

Morton

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE : Football League Division II

Home Park

4 - 4 (Landells, Mills, Goulden, Barrett)

30 August 1933

Att: 25,000

Correction to record books:

It is widely reported in all the record books that Len Goulden scored an "Hat-trick" in this game, Goulden only scored the one goal

Manager: Charlie Paynter

BURNLEY : Football League Division II

33_09_09 WHU v. Burnley

Image courtesy of Tim Parish

GRIMSBY TOWN : Football League Division II

33_10_07 WHU v. Grimsby Town

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