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West Ham United Inside the Chelsea Dressing Room After The 1975 FA Cup Semi-Final

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FLASHBACK to April 9th 1975:

A cause for dressing room celebration at Stamford Bridge by West Ham United players after they defeated Ipswich Town. (Left to right) Trevor Brookings, Pat Holland, goalscorer Alan Taylor, Bobby Gould (behind scorer), unidentified player with towel, Graham Paddon (dressed) and John McDowell.

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  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.

  • BillBlue

    If I remember correctly this was the occasion when Ipswich completely outplayed West Ham and had two perfectly good goals disallowed by the Welsh Referee who should, forever, remain nameless. This sort of thing happened each time that particular referee controlled an Ipswich game. This semi final was a travesty of justice.