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LDN Blue

Peter Osgood

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Good shout LDN Blue. Its gone really quick.

Wished he'd had some heart screening or something, wasnt that old. -would have been 6 years to the day near enough was drinking with him......

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Never saw him play but how can you not love a former Chelsea player with the nickname 'The King of Stamford Bridge'.

Rest in perfect peace, Peter Osgood.

Have to get my hands on a match of him..

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I was lucky enough to see him ,Charlie Cooke and even Jimmy Greaves...

Three of the best ever .

If you've been around that long, you must have seen true greats like Pelé, Eusebio, Moore, Cruyff, Beckenbauer, Baresi, Maradona (drooling just thinking about it) etc.

You're a lucky man zolayes.

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If you've been around that long, you must have seen true greats like Pelé, Eusebio, Moore, Cruyff, Beckenbauer, Baresi, Maradona (drooling just thinking about it) etc.

You're a lucky man zolayes.

saw Cruyff at the bridge playing for Cosmos...saw Bobby Moore live ,,,the rest just on TV...but lucky enough to have seen many of the stars of the 50s

and even trained with ex Spurs manager Keith Birkenshaw under Bill Shankly.

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saw Cruyff at the bridge playing for Cosmos...saw Bobby Moore live ,,,the rest just on TV...but lucky enough to have seen many of the stars of the 50s

and even trained with ex Spurs manager Keith Birkenshaw under Bill Shankly.

Cruyff at the Bridge? Wow, never knew that. Was he ever linked with us back then ? :lol:

And trained under Bill Shankly.. must've been great.

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Cruyff at the Bridge? Wow, never knew that. Was he ever linked with us back then ? :lol:

And trained under Bill Shankly.. must've been great.

we were never linked to stars then ...and Shankly was unique ...his players worshipped him but were terrified by him

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