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Geoff Pike

Geoff Pike (born September 28, 1956 in Clapton, London) is an English former footballer who played in midfield.

Pike played his early football in Thurrock and later with Gidea Park Rangers. He joined West Ham United in 1975 and was a member of the side that reached the 1975 FA Youth Cup Final. He made his league debut on 6 March 1976 against Birmingham City.

He played for the Upton Park club for twelve years, gaining an FA Cup winners medal in 1980, a League Cup runners-up medal in 1981 and promotion back to the top tier, after finishing as Division Two champions in 1980-81. He amassed 373 appearances and 42 goals for West Ham in all competitions, until his departure in 1987. He qualified for the UEFA Pro Licence in 2004.


  • Hogg, Tony (2005). Who's Who of West Ham United. Profile Sports Media, 165-166. ISBN 1 903135 50 8. 

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