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blueeyed.handsomeman 8:18 Fri Feb 21
Malcolm Pyke
Has passed away

One of our HAMMERS HEROES OF 1957

RIP BROTHER MAL

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easthammer 1:05 Mon Feb 24
Re: Malcolm PYKE
Saw him play during what was my first regular season at the Boleyn when I was a kid. And although he probably wasn't, as a kid I thought him to be a great player simply because he made the team.

As such it is sad to read of the passing of yet another childhood hero.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory

ted fenton 3:13 Sun Feb 23
Re: Malcolm PYKE
terry-h 2:52 Sat Feb 22

I spent a quality week in the company of Harry Obeney in Cyprus I had a West Ham top on and he put his arm round me and said I may not be remembered now but can an ex Hammer buy you a pint !! Loved it and he also sent me a shit load of memorabilia.

He could also knock out a decent song with the hotel band :-)

gank 6:02 Sun Feb 23
Re: Malcolm Pyke
Malcolm Harewood

blueeyed.handsomeman 5:13 Sun Feb 23
Re: Malcolm PYKE
count the digits on one hand and you will discover the number of posters on Westhamonline the HAMMERS NUMBER ONE WEBSITE who paid their respects to a recently departed medal winning footballer.

disappointing for us all

terry-h 2:52 Sat Feb 22
Re: Malcolm PYKE
Add two more to that survivors list.
Harry Obeney and Andy Smillie are still in the land of the living.

terry-h 2:44 Sat Feb 22
Re: Malcolm PYKE
There are still at least 3 surviving members of the 1957/58 squad.
Ken Brown senior.
Bill Lansdowne senior.
Joe Kirkup.


RIP Malcolm Pyke.

blueeyed.handsomeman 2:32 Sat Feb 22
Re: Malcolm PYKE
THanks Ted,Cholo and Kips

that you three and myself that have responded to the news with good manners, and respect,as is Mals due

Alfs 8:44 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
We TRIED to sign Malcolm McDonald if that counts.

ted fenton 5:20 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Born in Eltham, London, Pyke was a youth team player with West Ham United. He made his first team debut on 22 April 1957 in a 3–1 home win against Bristol City.[1] He was a member of Ted Fenton's side which won the 1957–58 Second Division but did not make any appearances the following season as West Ham returned to the 1958–59 First Division.[3] He made only 22 appearances for "The Hammers" before moving to Crystal Palace on 9 June 1959[4] in exchange for Ron Brett. His Palace career was even shorter and amounted to only two games before he moved to Dartford, in June 1960

blueeyed.handsomeman 5:08 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Malcolm PYKE.

Remembered by some.
Known of by many.
Respected by all Hammers,

R I P My Friend

Northern Sold 12:13 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Malcolm MUSGROVE

blueeyed.handsomeman 11:53 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
SORRY, 57 SEASONS SQUAD

blueeyed.handsomeman 11:51 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
i dont think that there are any players from the 63 squad left now that Mal has died

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:51 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Sorry no disrespect meant in any way but this has to come out:


STUPID BOY!!!


That's better, again, apologies. As you were.

the coming of gary 11:42 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Malcolm 'malky' Mackay played for us
.

Lee Trundle 10:39 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
MALCOLM Ebiowei

Currently an U18 Player for us. Surprised HUGH missed that one.

Far Cough 10:36 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Andy Malcolm

Malcolm Allison






I'm struggling for any more, I never heard of Magnus PYKE before today

Hermit Road 10:11 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Have we ever had a thread of Best Malcolms to play for us?

cholo 8:44 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Played at a curious period for west ham when you had a good chance of playing if you had Malcolm somewhere in your name, in that respect he was the perfect replacement for the injured Malcolm Allison.

R.I.P Malcolm.

kips 8:42 Fri Feb 21
Re: Malcolm PYKE.
Shared the Number 6 shirt with Bill Landsdowne in that 57/58 div 2 champions season.
Went on to Crystal Palace
RIP

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