Is this the ultimate West Ham Premier League era XI?

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Since the Premier League’s forming in 1992, it’s fair to say we’ve had the good, the bad and the absolute useless at the Boleyn Ground. From Steve Potts to Luis Boa Morte, Tony Gale to Nobby Solano, and Julian Dicks to Victor Obinna, things have changed quite a bit since the Premier League was first formed, and being asked to name an all time Premier League eleven was going to be a difficult task. Nonetheless, I’ve taken on the challenge, and here is the side I’ve selected as my favourite West Ham XI in the Premier League era.
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  • craigo Bee says:

    Potts has to be in there for me next to Rio, and definitely Miklosko in goal and maybe Cottee for Tevez but other than that a pretty good side i think, how good would Song and Parker be together though in the middle

  • graves says:

    Dear oh dear. No bonds, no brooking. No martin. Tevez who played for all of about 5 mins, that season was a disaster. You got Paulo right though. Most skillful player ever to wear the shirt. Coyi

  • Ian says:

    Graves, it was premier league 11 hence why no Bonzo etc!

    My side

    Di Canio

    Loads I have forgot, but the above from top of my head provides plenty of good memories 🙂

  • Karim says:

    No Mark Noble? WTF?

    I’d put Mark Noble in for Scott Parker, anyday.

  • Dave says:

    Standee Bond Burkitt Bovington Brown Moore Brabrook Boyce Byrne Hurst Sissons.
    Oh sorry, that is the 1964 FA Cup Winners Side……I was there.,

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