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KUMB competition winners


Filed: Tuesday, 21st October 2003
By: Graeme Howlett


Our congratulations go to Richard Huthwaite and David Tevlin who have been selected as the two winners of our competition to win a copy of Breedon Books' new release 'The West Ham United Collection'.

Richard, from London and David, from Stockport both correctly told us that Kevin Horlock's squad number is 16 (yes, the questions will get harder as we go along!)

The book - which is packed full of rare photographs of the Hammers from the early 1900's until the 1980's - is available in all good book shops and can also be purchased online through KUMB.

We'll have a new competition for you soon - this time we'll be giving away a copy of 'The Official West Ham United Dream Team', which was released last month by Hamlyn Books to FIVE lucky KUMB readers!





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