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Glenn Roeder 2001 - 2003

Player Debuts

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Grant McCann

Middlesbrough - Sub 89mins

19th May 2001

Riverside Stadium

Carling Premiership

2000-01 Season : Glenn Roeder replaces Harry Redknapp 9th May 2001

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Laurent Courtois

Don Hutchison

Richard Garcia

Tomas Repka

David James

Vladimir Labant

Liverpool - Sub 79mins

Derby County

Reading - Sub 84mins

Middlesbrough

Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea - Sub 76mins

18th August 2001

8th September 2001

11th September 2001

15th September 2001

24th November 2001

26th January 2002

Anfield

Pride Park

Madejski Stadium

Riverside Stadium

Upton Park

Stamford Bridge

Carling Premiership

Carling Premiership

Worthington Cup

Carling Premiership

Carling Premiership

F.A. Cup

2001-02 Season : Glenn Roeder

Second

Debut

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705

706

707

708

709

Edouard Cisse

Gary Breen

Lee Bowyer

Les Ferdinand

Glen Johnson

Rufus Brevett

Newcastle United

Arsenal - Sub 69mins

Newcastle United

Charlton Athletic

Charlton Athletic - Sub 63mins

Liverpool - Sub 59mins

19th August 2002

24th August 2002

11th January 2003

22nd January 2003

22nd January 2003

2nd February 2003

St James' Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

The Valley

The Valley

Upton Park

Barclaycard Premiership

Barclaycard Premiership

Barclaycard Premiership

Barclaycard Premiership

Barclaycard Premiership

Barclaycard Premiership

2002-03 Season : Glenn Roeder

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Anton Ferdinand

Matthew Etherington

Robert Lee

Neil Mellor (loan)

David Connolly

Youssef Sofiane

David Noble

Kevin Horlock

Preston North End

Preston North End

Preston North End

Preston North End

Preston North End - Sub 60mins

Preston North End - Sub 63mins

Rushden & Diamonds

Sheffield United

9th August 2003

9th August 2003

9th August 2003

9th August 2003

9th August 2003

9th August 2003

13th August 2003

16th August 2003

Deepdale

Deepdale

Deepdale

Deepdale

Deepdale

Deepdale

Upton Park

Upton Park

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Carling Cup

Nationwide First Division

2003-04 Season : Glenn Roeder

Surprise announcement as the replacement for Harry Redknapp after originally ruling himself out of the running for the job. After Alan Curbishley and Steve McClaren - the first two choices of the Hammers board - ruled themselves out of the running, lifelong Hammers fan Roeder was handed the chance to prove himself at Premiership level. His managerial experience included only brief spells at Gillingham and Watford, but it was his fast-growing reputation as one of the country’s brightest young coaches that persuaded the Upton Park board to place him in the hotseat. After leaving Watford in 1996, he became part of Glenn Hoddle’s coaching staff with the England national team and travelled to the 1998 World Cup finals. Indeed, Hoddle was reportedly keen to take Glenn to Tottenham Hotspur this summer as part of his shake-up at White Hart Lane. Having spent two years at Upton Park prior to his appointment, in the role of Reserve Team Coach, Glenn already enjoys a good working relationship with all the players, especially youngsters such as Joe Cole and Michael Carrick, whose progress he has helped to develop during his time at the club. Born and bred in the West Ham United catchment area of Essex, Glenn grew up as a Hammers fan and used to regularly watch from the Chicken Run as a young lad. He began his playing career at east London neighbours Leyton Orient, before moving across the capital to Queens Park Rangers in 1976 for a fee of £250,000, on the recommendation of John Hollins. Under the tutelage of Terry Venables at Loftus Road, he developed into a stylish, ball-playing centre-half and played in the 1982 FA Cup Final against Spurs. A year later, he moved north to Newcastle United for a fee of £150,000. He spent six years at St James’ Park, before enjoying a short spell with Watford. He then spent a brief period back at Orient, before taking over as Player-Manager at Gillingham. Although his appointment was met with mixed reaction from many Hammers fans who expected a more ‘high profile’ name.

Appointed Manager 9th May 2001

 

Overall League Record:

P:269   W:94   D:71   L:104   F:324   A:353

 

Manager of the Month Match 2003

Relegation to Nationwide First Division 2002-03

 

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