John Lyall will sort it ft. Boys of '86 legend Frank McAvennie

Nov 24, 2020, 10:44 PM
West Ham put the Blades to the sword with a thoroughly professional performance on Sunday thanks to a goal from under pressure frontman Sebastien Haller. 

The Hammers could have had more if it wasn't for Jarrod Bowen's indecision and Tomas Soucek's missed sitter. 

And Will Pugh, James Jones and Tom Edwards discuss all of that and more as the lads are joined by West Ham's iconic Boys of '86 striker Frank McAvennie to give his views on the Hammers' current situation. 

Frank was Tony Cottee's famous strike partner in the club's most successful season to date with the pair bagging a staggering 46 league goals between them as West Ham finished third.

The Scot gives his views on David Moyes, Haller, Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals as well as his predictions for next Monday's game against Aston Villa. 

And of course it would be criminal of the lads to let Frank go without asking him about his time at the club and boy did he deliver. 

Some hilarious and engaging anecdotes about his time in East London including a belter about iconic manager John Lyall. 

TV presenter and Aston Villa fan Tim Warwood also dialed in to talk Villa's visit to the London Stadium next Monday. 

The Betway Charity bet section was back as always before a very tough round of Name That Game.

And to wrap up, after Matt Beard left as manager of West Ham's Women team last week, the lads were joined by Geoff Longhurst - dad of West Ham Women's midfielder Kate Longurst and lifelong Hammers fan for the inside track on Matt's departure. 

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