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Any Old Iron 1:22 Thu Feb 8
Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Vic Keeble, our centre forward from '57 to 60 has died at the age of 87.

https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2018/january/31-january/vic-keeble-1930-2018

I would have missed seeing him play by a couple of years. Any on here remember him?

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hacko 1:35 Fri Feb 9
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Vic was one of the old school who had the habit of barging the keeper into the net if he had the ball in his hands. This was allowed in the mid fifties and sixties. I first saw him playing for Newcastle and he scored one like that and a header in the Geordies beating Fulham 5-4 in an FA Cup 4th round game in 56.

bowboy 8:05 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
NS I apologise I thought we were told of Allisons TB early in the August. but I do remember that the team benefited from the inclusion of Mr reliable Kenny Brown. Give my best wishes to your Dad.

Northern Sold 6:05 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
bowboy 5:22 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Northern Sold, I am sorry but Malcolm Allison did not play in that promotion team


So WHU Stats said he played 5 games and scored 1 goal... would that have been the start of his TB ??

gph 5:27 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
I asked my old man about that promotion team and he can't remember any of them individually.

Although he remembers they were a pretty good team.

I'm beginning tp suspect where my own shit memory comes from...

bowboy 5:22 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Northern Sold, I am sorry but Malcolm Allison did not play in that promotion team he was replaced at centre half by Ken Brown. The players that did play not on your list were M Grice, J Smith W landsdowne ,E Lewis and M Pyke. They were good days, none of all these pulled hamstrings although playing on crap pitches with a bloody heavy ball.

Northern Sold 11:53 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
http://www.westhamstats.info/westham.php?west=4&ham=1958&united=2nd_Division_1957-58

Malcolm Allison, John Bond, Ken Brown, Noel Cantwell, Billy Dare, John Dick, Ernie Gregory, Vic Keeble, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove...


Always hear the stories from me old man of the 58 promotion team... would love to have seen these fella's play.... proper footballing heroes

GreenStreetPlayer 11:14 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
There's a short piece on Vic in the online museum.

http://theyflysohigh.co.uk/the-letter-k/4584893315

bowboy 10:18 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Vic and John Dick were a great pairing. It was their goals that were a big factor in our promotion to the 1st Division.

HairyHammer 3:46 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Alfs 3.35

Brilliant made me laugh out loud that, but it's probably true.

R.I.P Vic Keeble

Alfs 3:35 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
That's buggered up Gold and Sullies plan to unveil him as our new centre forward.

chim chim cha boo 1:27 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Actually AOI it was a good read so I've dug it up for you. Here you go mate:


http://www.westhamonline.net/forum_flat.php?8954229||mc=w||

chim chim cha boo 1:23 Thu Feb 8
Re: Vic Keeble 1930 - 2018 R.I.P.
Well I remember the thread on here a week ago when he actually died if that's any help?





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