Clyde Best enjoys special visit to former club West Ham
Bermuda legend Clyde Best enjoyed a walk down memory lane after spending a few days visiting former side West Ham United.
Best, who became a pioneer for Black players at West Ham, scoring 46 goals in 186 appearances between 1968 and 1976, took the opportunity to spend time chatting with members of the present squad, including England midfielder Declan Rice, and cast his eye over a training session at the club’s Rush Green complex.
“We had the honour of welcoming Clyde Best to Rush Green yesterday. The Hammers legend spent time with the squad before watching a live training session,” West Ham said in a tweet alongside a video of Best.
He was also in attendance at the London Stadium as David Moyes’s side beat Manchester United 1-0 in the Premier League on Sunday.
Best was in London to continue filming the feature-length documentary, The Clyde Best Story, which is about the life and career of the legendary Bermuda footballer.
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