Four West Ham Legends. . .
grace the stage to talk about their brilliant careers at the mighty WEST HAM.
Come and join Sir Trevor Brooking, Tony Cottee, Tony Gale and Julian Dicks as they discuss games, dressing room/training ground stories, managers, fall outs and everything you wanted to know about playing for a successful football club.
There will be a chance to pose questions on the night to the lads. VIP tickets are available for a meet and greet and a photograph opportunity before the show.
To book this and other football legends shows into your venue please contact David Halford of Artistes International Management on 01355 261195
Sir Trevor Brooking
Making an incredible 647 appearances for The Hammers, Sir Trevor was voted player of the season on no less than four occasions.
Wearing the number 10 jersey, he scored 102 goals and boasts the fourth most league appearances for the club.
Stands have been named after him at both Upton Park and The London Stadium. Capped 47 times for England, he was knighted for his services to sport.
Gale made 300 league appearances spread over a decade for The Hammers.
His team-mates are said to have fondly nicknamed him “Reggie” – after notorious gangster Reggie Kray. Apparently, this was not due to his defensive style but because the joker of
the pack was never short of a playful cutting remark.
He formed a legendary partnership at the back with Alvin Martin. Now a regular face on Sky TV, Tony’s quick wit and wits have served him well on and off the pitch throughout his lifetime.
Netting 92 times in 212 league games, Tony made his first team debut at the tender age of 17, scoring in the process.
In 1986 he was voted PFA Young Player of the Year as West Ham came third in the top flight. The following season he recorded his highest league goal tally of his career with 22 goals.
Tony returned to West Ham following a successful spell at Everton, in 1994 to cement his place as a West Ham goalscoring legend.
Voted West Ham’s player of the year on four occasions, Julian’s wholehearted approach to the game as a player endears him to Hammers fans.
The legendary left back acquired the nickname The Terminator and was never shy in the tackle, earning him a fair share of red cards during his career.
Famed for his ferocious penalty taking, he netted 65 goals during his 326 appearances over two spells with The Hammers.