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WEST HAM UNITED

Steve Marsh & Stuart Allen

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2001-02 Friendlies

BISHOP'S STORTFORD

01_07_20 Purfleet v. WHU 01_07_09 Nike Premier Cup SLUG Programme

NIKE Premier Cup 2001 : World Finals (Germany)

(9 - 15 July 2001)

Berlin

SLUG Programme

Rimini Cup 2001 (Germany)

(14 - 15 July 2001)

01_07_14 Rimini Cup 01_07_20 Bishops Stortford v. WHU

James (Hislop)

Schemmel (Charles)

Winterburn (Minto)

Moncur (Ferrante)

Dailly (Potts)

Foxe (Soma)

Sinclair (Defoe)

Carrick M. (Courtois)

Kanoute (Kitson)

Di Canio (Todorov)

Cole (McCann)

Woodside Park

7 - 0 (Kanoute 3, Kitson, McCann, Todorov, Winterburn)

20 July 2001

Sealey G.

Clark (Johnson)

Byrne

Watley

Britton

U'ddin

Newton

Cascione (Cleaver)

Riza

Garcia

Rowland

Ship Lane

2 - 1 (Cleaver, Garcia)

20 July 2001

PURFLEET

James

Schemmel

Winterburn (Byrne)

Moncur (Asuar)

Dailly

Foxe

Sinclair (Potts)

Carrick M.

Kanoute (Defoe)

Di Canio (Kitson)

Courtois (McCann)

London Road

2 - 0 (Defoe, Kanoute)

24 July 2001

PETERBOROUGH UNITED : Derek & Margaret Poole Testimonial

01_07_24 Heybridge Swifts v. WHU 01_07_24 Peterborough v. WHU Poole Test

Jackson (Sealey G.)

Smith (Metitri)

Rowland (Dean)

Ferrante (Khan)

U'ddin

Ward

Newton

Garcia (Tobolewski)

Riza (Eastwood)

Mehmet

Britton (McMahon)

 

Scraley Road

5 - 1 (Riza 2, Britton, Eastwood, Ferrante)

24 July 2001

HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS

Forrest

Byrne

Soma

Mehmet (Laurie)

U'ddin (Johnson)

Potts

Newton (Clark)

McCann

Garcia (Ferrante)

Defoe

Britton (Eastwood)

 

King's Marsh Stadium

7 - 1 (Defoe 2, Britton, Eastwood, Garcia, Mehmet, Soma)

27 July 2001

AFC SUDBURY

01_07_27 AFC Sudbury v. WHU 01_07_30 Stevenage Borough v. WHU

James

Schemmel

Soma

Mehmet

Dailly

Foxe

Sinclair

Carrick M. (Moncur)

Kanoute (Defoe)

Di Canio

Courtois (Song)

 

 

Broadhall Way

3 - 0 (Di Canio, Kanoute, Sinclair)

30 July 2001

STEVENAGE BOROUGH

Forrest

Charles

Dean

Ferrante (Cascione)

U'ddin

Potts

Newton

McCann (Garcia)

Kitson (Todorov)

Defoe (Mehmet)

Britton

 

 

 

Cressing Road Stadium

3 - 2 (Defoe 2, Garcia)

31 July 2001

BRAINTREE TOWN : Challenge Match

01_07_31 Braintree Town v. WHU 01_08_03 Den Haag Tournament 01_08_03 Notts County v. WHU

James

Schemmel

Winterburn (Minto)

Song

Foxe

Sinclair (Newton, Soma)

Cisse

Carrick M. (Moncur)

Courtois (Defoe)

Kitson (Todorov)

Di Canio (Garcia)

 

 

 

County Ground

1 - 2 (Newton)

3 August 2001

NOTTS COUNTY

SLUG Programme

ADO Den Haag Tournament

(3 - 5 August 2001)

WALTON & HERSHAM

01_08_04 Walton & Hersham v. WHU 01_08_04 Walton & Hersham v. WHU TS

Sports Ground

1 - 1 (Riza)

4 August 2001

RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS : Garry Butterworth Testimonial

Nene Park

3 - 1 (Kitson, Song, Todorov)

6 August 2001

James

Song

Winterburn (Minto)

Potts

Soma

Cisse

Schemmel (Britton)

Cole (Newton)

Todorov (Kitson)

Di Canio (Defoe)

Garcia

01_08_06 Rushden & Diamonds v. WHU Butterworth Tes 01_08_08 Cornard United v. WHU

CORNARD UNITED

Blackhorse Lane

3 - 0 (Pearson 2, Toblewski)

8 August 2001

Forrest

Charles

Minto

Byrne

U'ddin

Soma

Newton

McCann

Todorov (Riza)

Defoe

Cole (Britton)

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE : Jason Broom Testimonial

Victoria Road

2 - 2 (Riza, Todorov)

8 August 2001

01_08_08 Dagenham & Redbridge v. WHU Broom Test 01_08_08 Dagenham & Redbridge v. WHU Broom Test TS

Hislop

Johnson

Charles

Byrne

U'ddin

Potts

Newton (Clark)

McCann

Garcia

Britton (Cascione)

Riza

 

FARNBOROUGH TOWN

The Aimita Stadium

3 - 1 (Garcia 2, Byrne)

13 August 2001

01_08_11 WHU v. FC Utrecht 01_08_13 Farnborough Town v. WHU SLUG Programme

The Intertops Challenge Trophy

(11 August 2001)

Springfield Stadium Jersey

0 - 0 (4-3 on Penalties)

11 August 2001

FC UTRECHT (Netherlands)

CONCORD RANGERS

Thames Road

5 - 0 (Britton, Cascione, Johnson, Mehmet, Newton)

15 August 2001

01_08_15 Concord Rangers v. WHU

Bywater

Charles

Soma

Byrne

Potts

Foxe

Clarke (Newton)

Solis

Kitson (Johnson)

Riza

Ferrante (McCann)

 

RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS : Reserve Friendly

Nene Park

5 - 1 (Kitson 3, Johnson, [og])

12 September 2001

Forde (Bywater), Charles (Dean), Iriekpen, Johnson, Minto, Courtois (McMahon), Ferrante, McCann, Soma, Camara, Riza

STEVENAGE BOROUGH : Reserve Friendly

Broadhall Way

0 - 1

29 January 2002

01_09_12 Rushden & Diamonds v. WHU Friendly TS 02_01_29 Stevenage Borough v. WHU Friendly 02_03_29 UNICEF Tournment 01

QUEENS PARK RANGERS

Chadwell Heath

1 - 0

7 March 2002

SLUG Programme

UNICEF International Tournament

(29 - 31 March 2002)

02_05_25 Hong Kong Sevens

RWD MOLNBEEK (Belgium)

 

 

BRESCIA (Italy)

 

 

INTERNAZIONALE (Italy) 

 

 

GAVARDO (Italy)

 

 

LUMEZZANE (Italy)

 

 

INTERNAZIONALE (Italy)

 

 

PARMA (Italy)

Group Match

2 - 2

Group Match

2 - 1

Group Match

0 - 3

Group Match

6 - 0

Group Match2 - 1

Semi-Final

0 - 2

3rd / 4th Play-off

2 - 2 (Won on penatlies)

SLUG Programme

Hong Kong International Soccer Sevens

(25 - 26 May 2002)

Hislop, Potts, Foxe (Irekpen), Soma, Minto, Byrne, Rahim, Cole (Garcia), Abdellaoui (McCann), Riza, Pierre

 

QUEENS PARK RANGERS

Chadwell Heath

5 - 0 (Garcia 2, Pierre 2, Byrne)

21 March 2002

01_08_06 Rushden & Diamonds v. WHU 01_08_03 Notts County v. Notts County

McMahon

Schemmel (Newton)

Minto

Potts (Laurie)

Song (U'ddin)

Charles (Clark)

Ferrante

Garcia

Kitson (Eastwood)

Riza

Courtois (Cascione)

Jackson

Metiri

Dean

Trialist

Cleaver

Ritchie

Allen

Toblewski

Mehmet

Morris

McMahon

 

Playing subs:

Tattum, Pearson, Carrick, Ferdinand, Ward, Lumsden, Akinsette

James

Song (Schemmel)

Winterburn

Dailly

Soma

Moncur (Ducroq)

Sinclair

Carrick M.

Kitson

Todorov (Defoe)

Cole (Courtois)

Jackson

Clark

U'ddin (McClenahan)

Wattley

Lumsden

Cascione (Saunders)

Newton (Akinsette)

Johnson (Ferdinand)

Mehmet (Ward)

Morris

Britton

 

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Andersson

Newton

Riddle

Potts

Iriekpen

U'ddin

McMahon

Trialist

Todorov

Camara

McCann

 

Playing subs: Johnson, Allen

FEYENOORD (Netherlands) Group match

 

 

HEERENVEEN (Netherlands) Group match

 

 

BAYER LEVERKUSEN (Germany) Group match

 

 

LIVERPOOL : Final

3 - 3 (Eastwood 2, Johnson) Won 4 - 3 on penalties

4 August 2001

3 - 1 (Mehmet, Pearson, Smith)

3 August 2001

1 - 1 (Ritchie)

3 August 2001

2 - 0 (Allen, Cascione)

2 August 2001

The West Ham United team was a combined Youth academy under 12s and 13 squad. A young Freddie Sears and James Tompkins were both in the Hammers squad.

Season 2001-02 2000-01 Friendlies 2002-03 Friendlies

Paul Kitson scored a hat-trick in his comeback game in this friendly at Nene Park. Costa Rican midfield Maurizio Solis also played and did well and Ragnvald Soma turned out at left-back.

Coach Roger Cross explained: "Raggy hasn't had much opportunity to play in that position because of Scott Minto, but he did fine. Solis was neat and tidy and passed the ball around well.

"I was also pleased with Omer Riza. He worked hard and with a bit of luck might have scored a couple of goals. Hayden Foxe got a second game since breaking a finger and Steve Potts was as dependable as ever." Glen Johnson and an own goal completed the Hammers scoring.

SKONTO RIGA : Reserve Friendly

Chadwell Heath

1 - 1 (Ritchie)

24 November 2001

Andersson, Newton, McCann, Metitiri, Karadas, Garcia, Ritchie, Ferrante, Riza, Camara, Rehviasvili (Britton)

 

Skonto Riga, the winners of the Latvian League for the last 10years, ended their European post-season tour with a friendly against the Hammers at Chadwell Heath. They came to England with the hope that West Ham United might be tempted to sign one of their players, but the Hammers lined up with a new signing of their own, Swedish international goalkeeper Sven Andersson. A veteran at 38, Andersson was consistent and strong throughout the game and could do little to prevent Skonto taking the lead. A cross from the right by Buitkus was met by Miholops, the team's top scorer for the season. It wasn't long before the Hammers scored a deserved equaliser when a chip from Niall Ritchie deceived the 'keeper just before half-time. Leon Britton came on for triallist Rehviasvili in the second-half but despite some good penetrating runs could not find a way past Skonto's resolute defence. The Hammers were also strong in defence, with anothertriallist from Brann in Norway, Azar Karadas, making his presence felt. Skonto had previously beaten Crystal Palace and Yeovil.

KWANG JU (South Korea)

 

 

HELSINGBORGS IF (Sweden)

 

 

ALEMANNIA AACHEN (Germany)

 

 

UNIVERSIDAD de CHILE (Chile)

 

 

VITORIA BAHIA (Brazil)

 

Group Match

A  3-0

 

Group Match

A  0-0

Quarter Final: (Finished in 7th place)

A  0-1

Group Match

A  1-0

Group Match

A  1-0