Impatience is a virtue, taking your time is wasting your time. This modern philosophy fuelled a Samsung advertising campaign (a bit of brand Chelsea there, I expect a commission if you are reading this) and has largely seen Chelsea sweep all before them in the Abramovich era. Frankly speaking, I would not swap the past [...]
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Saturday 20th November 1976. Nottingham Forest v Chelsea. 36 years ago to the day before my day trip to Turin. A different world for Chelsea. Top of the Second Division with a young, exciting team but with the club completely skint, reduced to collecting ‘Cash For Chelsea’ on special trains and in the ground.
This piece is written in response to Chelsea Chairman Bruce Buck’s extremely interesting interview in The London Evening Standard last Tuesday,13th November.
Next open meeting 18.30 Sunday 28/10 (after Manchester United PL game) Following the positive start-up meeting after the Stoke game, the next open meeting of the Chelsea FC Supporters Trust (open to all Chelsea supporters) will be held at 18.30 on Sunday 28th October (after the Manchester United PL game). The meeting will last no [...]
Saturday 2nd July 1977. Close season, and up to that point a very happy one for Chelsea fans. After promotion back to Division One in May, Chelsea’s young team (Ray Wilkins, Steve Finnieston, Garry Stanley and the rest) were looking forward to the new season under inspirational young manager Eddie McCreadie, starting with an away [...]