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Back in 1976, goalkeeper Phil Parkes helped Queens Park Rangers to second place in the old First Division behind mighty Liverpool.

Preparing for something as big as the FA Cup Final can be a nervy time, especially if it is the biggest game you have ever played in.

The West Ham fans travelled to Wembley Stadium in their droves to see their heroes in the FA Cup final of 1980.

Current lockdown makes things more difficult for Foodbanks

Former Hammers star would ike to see more signings like Bowen

East London Runners athlete planning a different kind of long-distance run

West Ham hero Alan Taylor talks us through the battle to the final

Smaller clubs in Essex could struggle to survive

Hammers striker Alan Taylor talks us through his six goals in the FA Cup 45 years ago

The Hammers European Cup-Winners Cup campaign in the words of two of those who were there

We look back on a momentous European night at Upton Park in front of just 262 people

We look back on a momentous European night at Upton Park in front of just 262 people

Hammers home games take precedence over Major League Baseball and Green Day

Egg-straordinary generosity has donations galore for Irons Supporting Foodbanks

VAR decision sentences the Hammers to cruel defeat at the Emirates

Harvard Hughes sisters shine in United States

The Hammers will take on Brisbane Roar and Crystal Palace in July

There are 13 West Ham players who reached the landmark at a younger age than Declan

Attacking formation pays dividends for Moyes and his Hammers

Havering AC runners braved some of the toughest conditions in recent memory in Nottingham for the National Cross-Country Championships on Saturday.

The Hammers go into the Southampton game desperate for points

So many positives come from narrow defeat to champions elect

Local boy plots a great FA Cup shock for Ipswich against holders

Young snooker star looks for sponsors for World Championships in Thailand

Plan is to carry on collecting for the rest of the season

Hammers add Nolan and former England coach Paul Nevin to backroom staff

Manager Moyes left angry at some comical defending by his team as they drop into relegation zone

Another home defeat but at least the Hammers gave it a real go against mighty Liverpool

Midfielder Tomas Soucek will add some steel to the Hammers line-up

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