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Michael Shevlane

Why not come to Wycombe Wanderers this weekend?

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On a different note, I was a steward at Stamford Bridge for a season once. I can't remember the exact year, I think it was 1997, but I know it was when the stadium had three sides with a stand being rebuilt. My claim to fame is standing next to Gianfranco Zola as he readied himself to take a corner kick. Being 6"4, the lad looked rather small to me!

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2 hours ago, Michael Shevlane said:

On a different note, I was a steward at Stamford Bridge for a season once. I can't remember the exact year, I think it was 1997, but I know it was when the stadium had three sides with a stand being rebuilt. My claim to fame is standing next to Gianfranco Zola as he readied himself to take a corner kick. Being 6"4, the lad looked rather small to me!

I went to Wycombe when we played you in a pre season friendly in 2003 Zola scored a brilliant goal. Long way from the station to the ground on the bus well it was for me I had to tell the driver to let me off early as I was dying for a piss !.

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