How many goals did Dean Ashton score for West Ham?

19 goals
Ashton made 56 appearances in all competitions for West Ham, scoring 19 goals, but at his retirement had not played since appearing against West Bromwich Albion on 13 September 2008.

What’s the score between West Ham and Arsenal?

3-3 Arsenal
West Ham 3-3 Arsenal (Lacazette, 82)

Who is better West Ham or Arsenal?

Arsenal have had much the better of the previous 49. The Gunners have won 32 of the 49 to West Ham’s eight victories, with nine draws. The visitors have also scored more than twice as many goals as their hosts, 91 to 35, and kept more than twice as many clean sheets, 23 to eleven.

Who has scored the most goals for West Ham?

Vic Watson
Leading first class goalscorers

Rank Player First Class Goals
1 Vic Watson 326
2 Geoff Hurst 252
3 John Dick 166
Jimmy Ruffell 166

What age did Dean Ashton retire?

A promising Premier League career was cut short for Dean Ashton when he was forced to retire in 2009 at the age of 26 after a long-standing ankle injury which was originally sustained on England duty.

Who ended Dean Ashtons career?

West Ham striker Dean Ashton broke his ankle in training with England following his first call-up to the national squad on August 15 in 2006. File photo of England’s Dean Ashton during a training session at Old Trafford, Manchester in 2006. The injury eventually forced him to retire from the game aged just 26.

How many times have Arsenal beaten West Ham?

Arsenal FC » Record against West Ham United

M. L
at home 63 14
Away 63 15
126 29
M. L

How many times has Arsenal beat West Ham?

West Ham United and Arsenal have met 181 times down the years, if you include war-time fixtures. In the Football League and Premier League, the overall head-to-head stands at played 124, West Ham wins 29, Arsenal wins 61, draws 34.

What have West Ham ever won?

West Ham have won four major trophies in their history; they won the FA Cup in 1964, 1975 and 1980 and they won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1965, beating 1860 Munich in the final. That winning team included Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, who would also win the World Cup with England the following year.

Where is Dean Ashton now?

Upon from retiring from playing, Ashton has moved into the broadcasting world and currently provides punditry and co-commentary for various television channels including BT Sport, ITV, Sky Sports and the BBC.

How old is Dean Ashton?

37 years (November 24, 1983)
Dean Ashton/Age

Despite not managing to secure a place in Sven-Göran Eriksson ‘s England squad for the 2006 World Cup, Ashton impressed sufficiently to draw praise from football pundit Alan Hansen. and then West Ham manager, Alan Pardew. He scored 6 goals in 16 appearances in his first half-season with the club.

What kind of football did Dean Ashton play?

Photograph your local culture, help Wikipedia and win! Dean Ashton (born 24 November 1983) is an English former professional footballer. He made over 240 appearances as a forward in the Football League and Premier League for Crewe Alexandra, Norwich City and West Ham United, and was capped by England.

When did West Ham United get promoted to the Premier League?

The 2015–16 season was West Ham United ‘ s fourth campaign in the Premier League since being promoted in the 2011–12 season. It was West Ham’s 20th Premier League campaign overall. As well as competing in the Premier League, West Ham United took part in the FA Cup and League Cup, entering at the third round in both competitions.

When did Dean Ashton break his ankle at West Ham?

Ashton broke his left ankle while training with England in August 2006, ahead of a friendly with Greece. He underwent several operations but was unable to return to full fitness and has followed medical advice to retire. West Ham chief executive Scott Duxbury told the club’s website: “This is a sad day and our thoughts are with Dean.”