West Ham v Fulham 1975 FA Cup Final DVD

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West Ham v Fulham 1975 F.A. Cup Final DVD

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West Ham v Fulham 1975 F.A. Cup Final It had been eleven years since the Hammers last tasted success in this prestigious competition, and against second division Fulham ? the stage was set for the Trophy to return to the East End of London in the second ever all-London Cup final The neutrals favoured Fulham ? who with Hammer?s legend Bobby Moore marshalling their defence, posed a serious threat to John Lyall?s men. But the afternoon belonged to Alan Taylor, who netted twice in four minutes to ensure the day belonged to the hammers. The young striker who had started the season with Rochdale ? could only of dreamed that he would eventually lift the trophy. But that he did, netting his third brace in as many matches, after seeing off Arsenal and Fulham in the previous rounds, and now adding Fulham to his list of victims. It had been a season of consolidation as the Hammers finished the campaign in 13th position, but FA Cup glory opened-up a route into Europe. But first of all, relive the whole day all over again, as both the traditional Cup final hymn and Fulham were dispensed with in this memorable cup final.