Golden Len Goulden (BOK)

Brian Belton

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This is a biography of one of West Ham United's greatest ever players, and the history of the club during his time in claret and blue. During those dozen years, Len Goulden had a glittering career, and became an England star. He scored the final goal in the defeat of Germany in May 1938; the game being made infamous by the England players being obliged to give the Hitler salute prior to the kick-off.

West Ham goal-keeping legend Ernie Gregory, who watched Goulden from the stands of Upton Park before signing for the club in 1936 claimed that: "We've had some great forwards over the years at West Ham but Len was the greatest-the daddy of them all. He was the one I paid my money to see...I can still see Len now-controlling the ball, he killed it instantly...Len was the tops." 'Golden Len Goulden' plucks from history a player who ranks with the best ever to wear the hammers over his heart.


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2017 Forfatter Brian Belton
Fonthill Media Ltd
ISBN 9781781555699
Dimensjoner 15,7cm x 23,5cm x 1,3cm Vekt 292 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd