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Amblève.

Your Chelsea FC Memories

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There's a piece in today's Guardian about best goals that have gone in off the woodwork. They chose six including this one by Brian Bason against Carlisle in 1975. Bason run a boozer not far from where I lived in the early 90's . He only played a handful of games for us as I recall, there's also an interview with a 18 year old Ray Wilkins after the game who has a full head of hair and looking like an extra from Saturday Night Fever. Glad I was too young to have missed out dressing like that the size of the shirt collar is ridiculous :D

 

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9 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

There's a piece in today's Guardian about best goals that have gone in off the woodwork. They chose six including this one by Brian Bason against Carlisle in 1975. Bason run a boozer not far from where I lived in the early 90's . He only played a handful of games for us as I recall, there's also an interview with a 18 year old Ray Wilkins after the game who has a full head of hair and looking like an extra from Saturday Night Fever. Glad I was too young to have missed out dressing like that the size of the shirt collar is ridiculous :D

 

Top goalage there Iggy and the interview with Ray Wilkins -18 years old !

Think Bason was with us as junior but never attained greatness. RIP Brian Moore

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On 23/02/2017 at 0:05 PM, Iggy Doonican said:

There's a piece in today's Guardian about best goals that have gone in off the woodwork. They chose six including this one by Brian Bason against Carlisle in 1975. Bason run a boozer not far from where I lived in the early 90's . He only played a handful of games for us as I recall, there's also an interview with a 18 year old Ray Wilkins after the game who has a full head of hair and looking like an extra from Saturday Night Fever. Glad I was too young to have missed out dressing like that the size of the shirt collar is ridiculous :D

 

Love them collars. Had a shirt made with a button down long point. Its them old Jumbo round collars that they should bring back. Hard as hell to find nice old ones of them around.

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3 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

 

Remember it well the very next day I had an interview for a school not far from the Bridge. I never got in which I was delighted about. This was probably Peter Houseman's best game for us. Tottenham's pitch was worse than Wembley's for the final.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Remember it well the very next day I had an interview for a school not far from the Bridge. I never got in which I was delighted about. This was probably Peter Houseman's best game for us. Tottenham's pitch was worse than Wembley's for the final.

 

 

That 5-1 always springs to mind every time we've played them since. RIP Houseman a regular at No 11 with Cooke on the right No 7 -as effective as Duff and Robben

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On 6/1/2016 at 11:31 AM, Fulham Broadway said:

Ruud signed 21 years ago.:clap:

Saw his debut in a Paul Elliott testimonial - what a class player. 40-50 yard pinpoint passes, and taking games by the scruff of the neck.

 

The start of the Chelsea revolution.

i went to his first game at west brom a pre season friendly.

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