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 Both clubs' appeal for a judicial review, however, were rejected on 23 June 2011. It has been described[by whom?] In the early 1960s, West Ham travelled abroad to play frequently with matches in Costa Rica, Sweden, Rhodesia, Ghana, the United States, Austria and West Germany.  All three players had come through the youth team at West Ham. In the first leg in Switzerland, Brian Dear, playing in his first European game scored the first goal, Byrne the second before Lausanne scored in the 80th minute through Robert Hosp. They comfortably fended off the challenge of local rivals Fulham in a relegation play-off, 5–1 in late April 1900 and retained their First Division status..  However, the team suffered a poor start to the following season, taking only two wins in their opening 11 games. The West Germans won 2–1 at the Boleyn Ground. After an appeal, they were allowed to play at home resulting in the playing of "the Ghost Match" behind closed doors in the return leg at Upton Park with no fans in attendance, resulting in an official attendance of 262, the club's lowest ever figure for a competitive first team match. Johnny Stewart, Walter Tranter and James Lindsay were all boilermakers.  Meanwhile, some were expensive, international players who failed at West Ham, such as Florin Raducioiu; Davor Šuker, who earned as much in wages as the revenue gained from one entire stand and yet made only eight appearances; Christian Bassila, who cost £720,000 and played only 86 minutes of football; Titi Camara; Gary Charles, whose wages amounted to £4.4 million but made only three starts for the club; Rigobert Song; Paulo Futre; and Marco Boogers, a player often quoted as one of the biggest failures in the Premier League. The earliest generally accepted incarnation of West Ham United was founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks F.C., the works team of the largest and last surviving shipbuilder on the Thames, Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, by foreman and local league referee Dave Taylor and owner Arnold Hills and was announced in the Thames Ironworks Gazette of June 1895.  In the return leg in London, West Ham ran out 3–0 winners thanks to goals from Keith Robson, Pat Holland and Billy Jennings. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. The club was founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks and reformed in 1900 as West Ham United. The club's plan was to move into the stadium prior to the start of the 2016–17 season. In August 2006, West Ham completed a major coup on the last day of the transfer window after completing the signings of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano. Over 134 players passed through the club while he was manager, producing a net transfer fee deficit of £16 million, despite the £18 million sale of Rio Ferdinand to Leeds United. In August 2009, the financial concerns of Icelandic owners parent companies left the current owners unable to provide any funds until a new owner was found.  In 2016, supporters adapted the lyrics of Billy Ray Cyrus' "Achy Breaky Heart" in honour of Dimitri Payet. Pardew had claimed before the games against Palermo that West Ham were in the competition to win it. Crowd violence broke out in the first-leg away in the Bernabéu Stadium to Castilla in which one West Ham fan was killed.  However examining draughtsman's diagrams of the ship casts doubt on the resemblance between the shield and the ship. François Van der Elst added another in the 48th minute and although Keith Robson equalized with a header, both man-of-the-match Rensenbrink and Van der Elst scored again to give Anderlecht the trophy.