theyflysohigh : Steve Marsh

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It all began at the start of the 1968-69 season, the acquisition of my first matchday programme 17th August 1968 West Ham United v. Nottingham Forest. A game which saw Geoff Hurst scoring the only goal of the match, even a 1-4 home reverse against Everton two days later didn’t dampen my enthusiasm for my new found passion West Ham United and memorabilia associated with the Claret and Blue. By then It was too late, I was hooked.


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The hardest decision a collector of football memorabilia is likely to have to make is what to collect. For me, it was a case of trying to draw a line under what not to collect. Thankfully for me I didn’t succumb to that decision.

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Born in East Ham in 1886. Woodards footballing journey began in local junior football, playing for Plashet Lane School when they won the East Ham Shield and, in 1904, joined East Ham Excelsior before moving on to St. Ethelburgas.

His early association with West Ham United came as a 17-year-old. However, lost playing records from this period were sketchy, his first recorded appearance was playing for the reserves Southern League (Division Two) side against Portsmouth Reserves at Fratton Park on 23 December 1905.

Woodards' first team debut was against Brighton & Hove Albion at the Goldstone Ground on 23 March 1907 when he replaced the injured Tommy Allison in the Southern League (Division One) fixture.


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