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Wils 1:06 Mon Mar 11
Stuart Slater's house
I remember this match. He faded away after this. But I also remember that he had the West Ham badge built into the brickwork of his house. Was it a true story as I can't find a photo of it on the internet?

https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2019/march/10-march/day-night-stuart-slater-stuck-it-toffees

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bruuuno 6:12 Sat Mar 16
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wd40 5:43 Mon Mar 11
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Fmob I remember that bloke. Roast im!

normannomates 3:26 Fri Mar 15
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Up in the cage that night.. Proper times.. Proper people.
Cup nights were fuckin special.. That's why so many old guard get the raving arse hole with attitudes now.

Leeshere 3:46 Tue Mar 12
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I think the Slater Everton goal is on here, along with Foster's volley.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SB4lssfzF8

Jim79 2:26 Tue Mar 12
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Fella down my road has had the crossed hammers built in to the brick work on the side of his house. Looks great and really fucks off some of the snooty neighbours.

HammerTime78 11:44 Tue Mar 12
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Stuart Slater came round my house for Sunday Roast once. True story. Lovely fella.

cholo 9:32 Tue Mar 12
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gph

There used to be the version with Jonathan Pearce on YouTube which was much better. Maybe, leeishere has it in his archives?

The version you've pasted was curiously butchered.

wansteadman 9:30 Tue Mar 12
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Home to Sheffield Utd I think we were 2nd and 3rd we beat them 5-0 and skater was getting the ball from the keeper and going for goal. I w remember telling my dad when I got home he was the best player I’d ever seen.
Week later he had an old Nigel worthington marking him and he never got a kick.
The Everton game he had martin keown as right back who wasn’t the best right back I’d ever seen

gph 9:24 Tue Mar 12
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Last is about the 1991 West Ham-Everton quarters

gph 9:19 Tue Mar 12
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbA5FVaxxFc

This is cut in a very confusing way - for our first goal and Everton's, they show the celebration first, and then the goal in slo-mo

Leeshere 9:41 Mon Mar 11
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Slater’s goal against Sunderland in 1989 was one of my favourite goals at Upton Park. Think he held the world record for most keepy ups at one point.

stewey 8:09 Mon Mar 11
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I will never forget it ,in the northbank ive never seen so many pissed fans at a game.

Lato 6:34 Mon Mar 11
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One of those magic cup nights under the lights at Upton Park that are sadly long gone. And yes Slater was unplayable that night, reminded me of Dev at his best running down the wings terrorising defenders, just a pity he wasn't as consistent. That Bukta shirt is one of my favourites, gutted that I lost in a house move in 1993

B6NY B 6:01 Mon Mar 11
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Worked for the same company as him for about 14 months few years back, got along well with him and spoke to him weekly.

Good bloke, spoke very highly of us and still loved football. In the generation that still has to work even though played in the PL.

wd40 5:43 Mon Mar 11
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Slater has great purple patch for us about season and half every time he got the ball there was excitement from the fans
shouting at him to take the full back on
The bloke who used to sit behind me used to scream loud
''roast him stu roast him stu ''

Think Brady became his football agent in the end.

it was great while it lasted .

cholo 5:31 Mon Mar 11
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Saw him score his first goal, away to Charlton in the facup, better known for Phil Parkes' amazing come back at about 80 years of age.

Eastside surge 3:47 Mon Mar 11
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Hermit rd , same here and remember that headline ,how times change eh that’s not even enough to cover a months money for some players now!

Hermit Road 3:41 Mon Mar 11
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I was in the chicken run that game. Brillaint atmosphere and he ran them ragged. I remembered the highest praise in the oaper the next day was when someone said he was truly a million pound player!

monto 3:24 Mon Mar 11
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Think in the Boys of 86 book Cottee remarked that Dickens was on absolute peanuts during his time at West Ham.
To nice to rock the boat.

Eerie Descent 3:17 Mon Mar 11
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Alan Dickens went to my school, son. A few years before me, mind...

Northern Sold 3:11 Mon Mar 11
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Interesting listening to Mark Ward on Friday night talk about Alan Dickens... reckoned he had the least confidence he had ever seen in a footballer...

zico 2:54 Mon Mar 11
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Sad waste of a talent Slater. Think he has since admitted leaving was a mistake. Some very good young players haven't hit the heights over the years due to one reason or another. Slater, Dickens, Williamson and Collison.

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