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1989-90 Friendlies

Devonshire Alan Testimonial

GIRONDINS BORDEAUX (France)

Stade Chaban Delmas

1 - 2 (Kelly D.)

15 July 1989

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BISHOP'S STORTFORD

George Wilson Stadium

5 - 0 (Dolan 2, Brady [pen], Ince, Kelly D.)

22 July 1989

89_07_22 Bishops Stortford v. WHU

STEVENAGE BOROUGH

Stevenage Stadium

4 - 3 (McAvennie 3, Kelly P.)

22 July 1989

KIRUNA FF (Sweden)

Lavangen Stadion

1 - 1 (Dicks)

25 July 1989

SLUG Programme

Tour of Scandinavia

25 - 30 July 1989

KIRKENES IF : Norway Division 2 Select (Norway)

Sandnes Gressbane

2 - 0 (Martin, Ward)

27 July 1989

FAUSKE SPRINT (Norway)

Fauske Stadion

7 - 0 (Dolan 2, McAvennie 2, Keen, Strodder, Ward)

28 July 1989

DOVER ATHLETIC

Crabble

1 - 1 (King)

25 July 1989

BASILDON UNITED

Gardiners Close

0 - 5

29 July 1989

FINNSNES IDRETTSLAG (Norway)

Finnsnes Stadion

8 - 0 (McAvennie 2, Parris 2, Ward 2, Dicks, Martin)

30 July 1989

GILLINGHAM

Priestfield Stadium

4 - 1 (Dicks 2, Brady, Ward)

2 August 1989

ASHFORD TOWN

The Homelands

3 - 2 (Ince 2, Dolan)

3 August 1989

89_07_22 Stevenage Borough v. WHU 89_07_25 Kiruna v. WHU 89_07_28 Fauske v. WHU 89_07_27 Kirkenes v. WHU 89_07_30 Finnsnes IL v. WHU Friendly 89_07_25 Dover Athletic v. WHU 89_07_29 Basildon United v. WHU 89_08_02 Gillingham v. WHU Friendly

ALDERSHOT TOWN

Recreation Ground

3 - 2 (Gale, Martin, Parris)

5 August 1989

89_08_05 Aldershot v. WHU Friendly 89_08_05 Sittingbourne v. WHU

SITTINGBOURNE

Bull Ground

3 - 1 (Beard 2, Livett)

5 August 1989

SWINDON TOWN : Andy Rowland Testimonial

County Ground

1 - 1 (Ince)

8 August 1989

SLUG Programme

Deventer Youth Tournament : Netherlands

18th - 20th May 1990

89_08_08 Swindon Town v. WHU Rowland Test

Parkes, Potts, Dicks, Gale, Martin (McQueen), Strodder, Parris, Kelly D. (Slater), Dolan (McAvennie), Brady (Keen), Ince

 

McKnight

Potts

Strodder

Purdie (Marquis)

Parris

Ince (Hancock)

Devonshire (Clarke)

Brady (Beard)

King

Dolan

Kelly D.

 

Parkes

Padington

McQueen

Gale

Dicks

Kelly P.

Ward (Rush)

Slater

McAvennie

Livett

Keen

 

 

McKnight

Potts

Dicks (McQueen)

Gale

Martin

Strodder

Ward (Kelly D.)

Keen

McAvennie

Parris

Slater (Dolan)

 

Parkes

Parris

Dicks (Potts)

Gale

Martin (Strodder)

Livett

Ward

Keen (McQueen)

McAvennie

Dolan (Kelly D.)

Slater

Parkes (McKnight)

Potts

Dicks

Gale

Martin

Strodder

Ward

Keen

McAvennie

Parris

Slater

 

 

McKnight

Potts

McQueen

Keen (Gale)

Martin

Strodder (Livett)

Ward

Dolan (McAvennie)

Kelly D.

Parris

Dicks (Slater)

 

Banks

Paddington

Marquis

Hancock

Pearson

Kelly P.

Beard Ingram

King

Douglas

Butner

 

Playing subs: Clarke, Heffer

 

Banks

Paddington

Marquis

Hancock

Richardson

Rush

Kelly P.

Beard

King

Douglas

Clarke

 

Cover shows 1988-89 Season

McKnight

Potts

Dicks

Gale

Strodder

Brady (Kelly D.)

Ward

Slater

McAvennie (Hanrahan)

ParrisKeen

 

89_08_03 Ashford Town v. WHU

Banks

Kelly P.

Marquis

Ince

Samuel

McQueen

Kelly D.

Hanrahan

Dolan (Livett)

Brady (Devonshire)

Douglas

 

Parkes

Potts

Dicks

Gale

Martin (Kelly D.)

Brady

Keen

Slater

Ward

Parris

Ince

 

McKnight

Kelly P.

McQueen

Reed

Strodder

Devonshire

King

Hanrahan

DolanIngram (Beard)

Livett

 

PURFLEET

Ship Lane

5 - 1 (Douglas 2, Kelly D., King, Marquis)

9 August 1989

89_08_09 Purfleet v. WHU 89_08_12 Harrow Borough v. WHU Friendly

McKnight

Padington (Hancock)

Marquis

Reed

Purdie

McQueen

Rush (Macari)

Livett

King (Dolan)

Kelly D.

Hanrahan (Douglas)

 

HARROW BOROUGH

Earlsmead

1 - 3 (Hanrahan)

12 August 1989

McKnight

Padington

McQuuen

Purdie (King)

Reed

Livett

Ingram

Rush

Douglas

Dolan

Hanrahan

 

CRYSTAL PALACE : Alan Devonshire Testimonial

Upton Park

3 - 1 (Devonshire, McAvennie, Ward)

13 August 1989

Parkes (McKnight)

Parris

Dicks

Gale

Martin

Devonshire

Ward

McAvennie

Slater

Keen

Ince

 

Playing subs: Potts, Strodder,

Brady, Kelly D., Bonds

89_08_13 WHU v. Crystal Palace Devonshire Test 89_08_13 WHU v. Crystal Palace Devonshire Test TS 89_08_15 Slough Town v. WHU

SLOUGH TOWN

Wexham Park Stadium

3 - 1 (Dolan, Kelly D., Livett)

15 August 1989

McKnight

Potts

Parris

Brady (King)

Strodder

Dicks (Purdie)

Ingram

Livett

Dolan

Kelly D.

McQueen

 

MUNSTER SELECT : Opening of Floodlights

Priory Park, Limerick

1 - 0 (Slater)

13 November 1989

McKnight

Parris

McQueen

Gale

Foster

Devonshire

Keen

Brady

Ward

Kelly D.

Dolan

 

Playing subs: Dicks, Allen, Slater

89_11_13 Munster v. WHU Friendly 90_04_26 Pagham v. WHU InternationalXI Friendly

PAGHAM v. INTERNATIONAL XI : Phil Parkes Testimonial Year

Away

? - ?

26 April 1990

90_05_13 Corringham Cosmos v.WHU Friendly 90_05_20 Bonds v.Brooking Friendly

CORRINGHAM COSMOS : Danny Britton Testimonial

Rookery Hill, East Thurrock United FC

? - ?

13 May 1990

BILLY BONDS XI v. TREVOR BROOKING XI : Celebrity Football Match

Star Lane Playing Fields

? - ?

20 May 1990

90_05_18 Daventria Tournament Results 90_05_18 Eagles v. WHU Daventria Tournament 90_05_18 Daventria Tournament newspaper

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

18 May 1990

1 - 0 (Clarke)

GO AHEAD EAGLES (Netherlands) Pool A

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

19 May 1990

1 - 0 (Beard)

ARMENIA BIELFELD (West Germany) Pool A

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

19 May 1990

0 - 1

BRONDBY (Denmark) Pool A

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

20 May 1990

2 - 2 (Clarke 2)

DWS AMSTERDAM (Netherlands) Pool A

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

20 May 1990

0 - 2

PISA (Italy) Pool A

Sportcomplex Keizerslanden

20 May 1990

3 - 2 (Hancock 2, Clarke)

TURKSE Medelanders (Netherlands) 4th Pool A v. 4th Pool B

89_08_13 WHU v. Crystal Palace Devonshire 2 Season 1989-90 1988-89 Friendlies 1990-91 Friendlies

Swedish part-timers Kiruna gave West Ham a second half fight in the Arctic Circle.

Leading from a Julian Dicks volley after nine minutes, the Hammers had to withstand second half pressure by the Swedish Second Division leaders.

The Scandinavians equalised after 70 minutes when Roger Wikstrom got clear of the West Ham defence to score and it took a brilliant tip over by keeper Allen McKnight to prevent the Swedes winning.

It was an eventful night for Dicks, who was booked after a flare-up on the hour and substituted seven minutes later.

 

West Ham boss Lou Macari has set his sights on Norwegian goalkeeper John Konsted.

The 24-year-old Konsted, rated as one of the best young players in Norway, has been invited lo Upton Park for a trial.

Konsted played for the Hammers as they routed the Norwegian part-timers here last night. He also turned out against West Ham earlier in   their  tour of  Scandinavia.

Macari said: "His handling and distribution are very good and I'm impressed with him."

Frank McAvennie, who h;id failed to score since his £l.25m transfer from Celtic last season, finally ended his goalscoring jinx by grabbing two goals.

Paul Ince booed by the West Ham fans at Aldershot on Saturday, put himself right back in favour last night by scoring in this testimonial for Swindon's Andy Rowland.

The £2 million rated midfielder, who angered the Upton Park fans by being pictured in a Manchester United shirt, showed some delightful touches and scored with a well-placed shot in the 51st minute.

Hammers boss Lou Macari, returning to the club he took from the Fourth to the Second Division, was given a standing ovation.

Ossie Ardiles, who-took over from Macari at Swindon, appeared as a substitute in the 67th minute.

He produced a superb-pass which led to Steve White driving a shot inches wide of Phil Parkes' left-hand post. In the last minute Duncan Shearer equalised for Swindon.

Frank McAveimic, who failed to score after last season's £1.25niillion return to Upton Park, rifled a hat-trick in the 4-3 win by a West Ham XI at Stevenage.

And two of his challengers for a first-team place, David Kelly and Eamonn Dolan, both netted as another West Ham squad hammered Bishops Stortford 5-0 the same day.

Stevetiiige look the lead but two McAvennie goals sent Hammers in ahead. After the interval Stevenage levelled.

McAvennie completed a hat-trick and Paul Kelly also scored to put the visitors two up before Stevenage got a late third.

Stuart Slater had another outstanding game, setting up two of the goals wiih cut-back passes.

At Bishops Siortford Hammers went ahead with a Liam Brady penalty - but Alan Mcknight preserved the lead with a stunning one-on-one save before the visitors put the issue beyond argumemt with two more before half-time, to which they added a further brace after the interval.

Another fine McKnight save ensured a clean sheet.

West Ham's Republic of Ireland under 21 striker Eamonn Dolan netted twice and David Kelly and Paul Ince one apiece ... the latter with a superb 25 yards free-kick.

Parkes

Potts

Dicks

Parris (Brady)

Martin

Gale

Ward

Slater

Keen

Strodder

Ince

Banks, Padington, Horlock, Hancock, Marquis, Pearson, Rush, Heffer, Macari, Livett, Clarke

Banks, Padington, Horlock, Hancock, Marquis, Pearson, Rush (Heffer), Beard, Macari, Livett, Clarke

 

Banks, Reed, Horlock, Hancock, Marquis, Pearson, Rush, Beard (Macari), Heffer, Livett, Clarke

 

Banks, Padington, Horlock, Hancock, Reed, Pearson, Macari, Rush, Heffer, Livett, Clarke

 

Banks, Padington, Reed, Hancock, Marquis, Pearson, Macari, Beard, Heffer, Livett, Rush (Clarke)

 

Banks, Padington, Horlock, Hancock, Marquis, Pearson, Macari, Beard, Heffer, Livett, Clarke