Cult Heroes back at the Boleyn Ground

Some of the biggest Cult Heroes in the Club's history made an emotional return for the West Brom game on Sunday.

There have been a number of fans favourites going back through the decades and with the final Premier League match taking place at the Boleyn Ground against Swansea in May, the Club were thrilled to see 18 of the most popular names back in the East End of London.

Former captain Ian Bishop flew over from America, while Trevor Morley jetted in from Norway and Ludek Miklosko arrived from the Czech Republic.

Bill Lansdowne, 80, was part of the Hammers team who won the Division Two title back in 1958 and he was joined by a number of other legends including Peter Brabrook, Brian Dear, Alan Devonshire, John Moncur, Steve Lomas and Jimmy Walker.

The Cult Heroes were introduced to the crowd at half-time and received a great reception from the Upton Park faithful who still idolise a number of these great players.