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Talking to a man utd fan earlier and discussing young Potts I started thinking about dad/son footballing combos here at West Ham.
I can think of Lampard, Moncur and Potts off hand. Was there more? Do other clubs have much of this?
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Eidur Gudjonssen and his son
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As soon as he passes his medical, we'll have shaun wright-phillips and ian wright
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Ron and dalian Atkinson, not west ham obviously but karen Brady was a big fan
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Landsdowne father and son and Jim Barrett and his boy?
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Rob Lee and the boys Olly and Elliot.
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Sheringham jr and zola jr
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Seeing as it's transfer window time: Eiður Guðjohnsen.
On 24 April 1996 history was made in Tallinn, Estonia, where a 17 year old Guðjohnsen replaced his 34 year old father, Arnór Guðjohnsen as a second half substitute against Estonia. The match was then won by the travelling Iceland team 3–0. The record achieved by the pair still stands today.
*edit* Sorry Puff. Did not see that
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Peter Schmeichel & Casper
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Harry and Jamie
Paul and Tom Ince
Pat and Matt Holland?
John and Kevin Bond
Ken and Kenny Brown
Alvin, Dave and Joe Martin
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Archie & Scott Gemmill
Brian & Nigel Clough
Kenny & Paul Dalglish
Johan & Jordi Cryuff
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Trevor Sinclair and Scott Sinclair.
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Les Sealey and George Sealey
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Imre Varadi and his dad Ollie
Old Fat Tits
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Jimmy & Danny Greaves
Dennis Allen dad of Martin (Mad Dog) Allen who is dad of Charlie Allen.
Les Allen dad of Bradley Allen and Clive Allen who is dad of Oliver Allen.
Alex & Darren Ferguson.
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Not father & son but wasn't Ian Harte related to Gary Kelly?
For some reason I've a feeling it's an uncle/nephew relationship.
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Dare I say - The Warnocks!
Wasn't Teddy Sherringham's son playing while he was?
Billy Wright and Ian Wright (A shot in the dark, but thought I'd throw it in)
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I can assure you Charlie Sheringham wasn't and never will be a footballer.
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