West Ham United will again be in the Sky Sports spotlight next Monday when another club-themed edition of the Time of our Lives show is aired.
John Bond, Ronnie Boyce and Ken Brown sat down with presenter Jeff Stelling to look back on the Hammers team of the mid-60s, when the club won the FA Cup in 1964 before following that with a memorable UEFA Cup Winners' Cup success the following year. The show will be aired at 10pm on Sky Sports 1.
The trio also talk specifically about the genius of Ron Greenwood with Bond describing the manager as "far and away the best coach I'e ever seen". Boyce added: "His philosophy was simply to attack and please the paying public. I can't remember a defensive practice that he put on."
Earlier this year, the first West Ham-themed edition of the popular show saw a review of the memorable 1985/86 season with goalkeeper Phil Parkes, defender Tony Gale and striker Frank McAvennie. They looked back on many classic matches and people, not least the great John Lyall, while contemplating just how close the Hammers came to claiming the club's first league title.