WEST HAM COMPETITION - Win a copy of the latest Hammers book
Philip Stevens book West Ham’s 30 memorable matches is up for grabs in our latest competition.
The Recorder have teamed up with dbpublishing to give you the chance to win a copy of the latest book on the subject of your favourite football club – West Ham United.
Philip Stevens charts the history of the Hammers through 30 memorable games spanning from 1896 all the way through to 2008, with a host of cup finals and heartbreaks along the way.
We have only two copies of the book to give away, so we have made the question suitably hard to make sure only die-hard West Ham fans will be able to get their hands on the book.
Answer the question below and then either email your answer to:
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Recorder Newspapers, Book Competition, Sports Desk, Media House, 539 High Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1UD.
The closing date for the competition is Monday, June 20 and normal competition rules apply. The Sports Editor decision is final.
Q: One of the games highlighted in the book is the League Cup semi-final replay against Stoke City in 1972 when Bobby Moore was forced to go in goal.
Which Stoke City player did Moore save a penalty against?
If you are not successful, you can still buy a copy from most good bookshops at a cost of �14.99.