How could you go without the steely loyalness of Bonds at the back, or the unwavering natural ability of Brooking in the centre, or the skillfulness and flare of Devonshire out wide or the goals of McAvennie up top?
Surprisingly, a large group were able to ruthlessly pick one of them to sit on the bench and that man was McAvennie in spite of his multitude of Hammers strikes, just think of those in that incredible ‘boys of ’86’ campaign and iconic partnership with Tony Cottee.
Who would you have chosen?
That’s not a difficult one, Frankie Mac all day long. Out of the other 3 who would you drop? That’s difficult. 🤔
— Paolo 🌹#GTTO (@paolothehammer) February 26, 2020
Unfortunately it has to be maca because Billy Bonds stops them and Trevor Brooking and Alan Devonshire were so good at creating chances any bloke off the street could score
— Eric Cross (@EricCro89719794) February 26, 2020
— GaryMac⚒ (@GaryMac_) February 26, 2020
Frankie MAC sorry
— Stuart McCullough (@Stuarttwitface) February 26, 2020
— Patrick Urbini (@purbini) February 26, 2020
Mac the others were to good, not saying Mcavennie was any good but other 3 different class
— simon ballard (@simonballard2) February 26, 2020
McAvennie,couldn’t drop any of the others.
— John Regan (@johnaregan55) February 26, 2020
Has to be Frank. And that is a wrong to ask that👍🏻
— ⚒Stevie⚒COYI (@_SKF63_) February 26, 2020
Ahhh tough, but I am of the era where I am afraid Frank has to be left out. Sadly.
— Dean (@DAZ600) February 26, 2020
Macca as the others are wayyyyy too good ⚒⚒
— Charli Deejay (@CharliDJ) February 26, 2020