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The KUMB.com Q&A

Welcome to our long-running series of interviews with key figures at West Ham United FC both past and present.

Please note that the opinions expressed in these interviews are those of the individual contributor and do not necessarily represent the views of, nor should be attributed to, KUMB.com.

Jeremy Nicholas
[16th September 2011]
Jeremy Nicholas has recently released his latest book, Mr Moon Has Left The Stadium, which recounts his first decade as West Ham United's public announcer. We managed to get Jem to take a few moments out of his busy promotional schedule in ... [more]

George Moncur
[24th June 2011]
George Moncur is West Ham's 17-year-old midfielder who has followed in the footsteps of his father John Moncur. ... [more]

Tony Carr MBE
[30th April 2010]
Tony Carr is having a hectic day at Chadwell Heath, the home of the world-famous West Ham United Academy.... [more]

Neil Humphreys
[24th February 2010]
Neil Humphreys is a Dagenham-born author and journalist who now resides in Australia, having spent the last decade (or so) in Singapore. Neil took time out from his busy schedule to chat with KUMB.com about his new release, Match Fixer, whi... [more]

Scott Duxbury
[29th June 2009]
It's been a busy year for West Ham United CEO Scott Duxbury. ... [more]

Jeremy Nicholas
[12th May 2009]
Hes been reading out the team selections for over 10 seasons now yet he originally turned the job down when he was first asked to do it! We caught up with stadium announcer Jeremy Nicholas to discuss skateboarding badgers and to find out... [more]

Alan Curbishley
[27th July 2007]
Alan Curbishley took time out during the recent pre-season tour of Austria to talk to Gary Jones and Colin Wells. In the first of a three-part interview, Curbs talks about the 'Great Escape', Raymond Domenech and a certain job offer in 2001... [more]

Eggert Magnusson
[27th March 2007]
It' s a beautiful warm, spring day in East London. Green Street reverberates to the sound of reggae emanating from the busy market as I follow that oft-trodden path from Upton Park tube station to the Boleyn Ground.... [more]

Lexi Alexander
[30th August 2005]
Lexi Alexander is the director of Green Street, the new film about a fictional West Ham firm.... [more]

Bill Gardner
[1st May 2005]
Prior to the recent launch party for Bill Gardner's new book - 'Good Afternoon Gentlemen, The Name's Bill Gardner' - KUMB caught up with Bill and co-author Cass Pennant for a quick chat. Firing the questions for KUMB was Graeme Howlett.... [more]

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