1999–2000 West Ham United F.C. Season - Statistics

Statistics

No. Player Position Euro apps Euro gls Lge apps Lge gls FAC apps FAC gls LC apps LC gls Date signed Previous club
1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup second leg winning team
1 Shaka Hislop GK 9 22 1 3 July 1998 Newcastle United
8 Trevor Sinclair RWB 10 1 36 7 1 2+1 January 1998 Queens Park Rangers
4 Steve Potts CB 7+1 16+1 1 1 May 1984 Academy
11 Steve Lomas (captain) CB 10 25 1 1 2 1 March 1997 Manchester City
15 Rio Ferdinand CB 9 33 1 3 November 1995 Academy
7 Marc Keller LWB 6+1 19+4 2+1 1 July 1998 Karlsruher
13 Marc-Vivien Foé CM 5+1 1 25 1 1 3 January 1999 Lens
16 John Moncur CM 5+1 20+2 1 June 1994 Swindon Town
18 Frank Lampard CM 10 4 34 7 1 3 2 July 1995 Academy
10 Paolo Di Canio
(Hammer of the Year)
CF 10 1 29+1 16 1 3 January 1999 Sheffield Wednesday
12 Paulo Wanchope CF 7+1 3 33+2 12 0+1 2 July 1999 Derby County
Substitute
26 Joe Cole M 2+3 17+5 1 1 2+1 1 July 1997 Academy
Other players
5 Igor Štimac CB 2 24 1 2 August 1999 Derby County
20 Scott Minto LWB 5 15+3 1 1 January 1999 Benfica
6 Neil Ruddock CB 5 1 12+3 1 2+1 July 1998 Liverpool
30 Javier Margas CB 2+1 15+3 1 1 July 1998 Universidad
22 Craig Forrest GK 1 9+2 July 1995 Ipswich Town
9 Paul Kitson CF 3+5 2 4+6 0+1 0+2 1 February 1997 Newcastle United
Other players
14 Frédéric Kanouté F 8 2 May 2000 Lyon
3 Stuart Pearce CB 8 July 1999 Newcastle United
21 Michael Carrick CM 0+1 4+4 1 July 1998 Academy
32 Stephen Bywater GK 3+1 20 February 1998 Rochdale
29 Ian Feuer GK 3 February 2000 Cardiff City
2 Gary Charles RB 2+2 1 October 1999 Benfica
2 Rob Jones RB 1 July 1999 Liverpool
28 Saša Ilić GK 1 February 2000 Charlton Athletic
19 Ian Pearce CB 1+1 1 September 1997 Blackburn Rovers
38 Adam Newton CD 0+1 0+2 December 1997 Academy
17 Stan Lazaridis LW 0+1 September 1995 West Adelaide
14 Ian Wright CF 0+1 August 1998 Arsenal
37 Shaun Byrne LWB 0+1 July 1998 Academy

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