Ultimate West Ham United 1990s 5-a-Side Team revealed
The votes are in and the West Ham Ultimate 1990s 5-a-side Team, powered by our Official Energy Partner, Utilita, can now be revealed!
The Irons twice won promotion to the top flight this decade, and also achieved their highest Premier League finish of fifth in 1998/99.
There were plenty of candidates for inclusion, and here is your final five.
In goal, Ludek Miklosko gets the nod having been a huge part of the team for most of the 1990s. He played 373 times for the club and was Hammer of the Year in 1991.
Julian Dicks was a legendary presence at the back for almost all of this period, only spending a brief spell away at Liverpool. He was Hammer of the Year on four occasions, 1990, 1992, 1996 and 1997 and wins the vote for the defensive slot.
In midfield, Trevor Sinclair was a standout performer in the latter part of the decade, following his 1998 move from Queens Park Rangers, scoring seven league goals in all of the 1997/98, 1998/99 and 1999/2000 seasons.
He's joined in the middle of the park by Israeli Eyal Berkovic. He notched nine goals from midfield in 1997/98 and continued to shine the following year under Harry Redknapp, when the Hammers achieved their Premier League high.
Up front, Tony Cottee makes the line-up for the second straight decade. He returned to the club from Everton in 1994 and top scored in 1994/95 and 1995/96, adding 28 goals to his Claret & Blue tally.
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