* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Malcolm Pyke (6 March 1938 – 20 February 2020) was an English former footballer who played as a wing half for West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Dartford.
1 Playing career
2 After football
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Born in Eltham, London, Pyke was a youth team player with West Ham United. He made his first team debut on 22 April 1957 in a 3–1 home win against Bristol City. He was a member of Ted Fenton's side which won the 1957–58 Second Division but did not make any appearances the following season as West Ham returned to the 1958–59 First Division. He made only 22 appearances for "The Hammers" before moving to Crystal Palace on 9 June 1959 in exchange for Ron Brett. His Palace career was even shorter and amounted to only two games before he moved to Dartford, in June 1960.
When his football career ended Pyke became the landlord of the Plough and then the Papermakers Arms pub in Dartford, Kent. He died on 20 February 2020 aged 81.
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