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Nitro

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  1. Joe Allon; celebration made it special!
  2. Does not look like the North Terrace?
  3. Quite a sore point that I missed this match as could not get to the ground early enough, was in the café at Bearman's the Harrods of east London listen on a radio. Yes daft hair but great player and world cup winner for England!
  4. What sort of Ruby was Bert? presume hot as a Chels star.
  5. Red Green and white kit was copied from Hungary's international team according to Chelsea Programme going back to 1970 something a long while ago http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=hungarys+football+colours&id=A57CC30F2A6E15DA4BC516D3F86DCFFAB2F1EE1D&FORM=IQFRBA The association I believe was to make us think that we were a better team than we were at the time. Quite liked the red green and white kit, certainly liked the scarf and good to see 78s replicating a piece of our history-
  6. Top man 78, great revival scarf and thanks for reminding me ---mine was borrowed by a certain person at Earls Court Station back in the day and never returned. If you read this page and I know that you appear in certain snaps on this site please can I have it back?
  7. Top man 78, great revival scarf and thanks for reminding me ---mine was borrowed by a certain person at Earls Court Station back in the day and never returned. If you read this page and I know that you appear in certain snaps on this site please can I have it back?
  8. Slightly of the Chelsea theme but yes, no more clues though
  9. Sorry to hear of the passing of Kevin, old classmate of mine along with Razor.
  10. Is Sharon Feather, Kevin Feathers sister and if so where is Kevin?
  11. Tank used to met up with his mates after matches at Eel Brook Common, wonder what happened to him, maybe he posts on here?
  12. Thanks -- More pictures please-
  13. Peter --;Peter Housman - Peter Housman on the wing - Peter --;Peter Housman - Peter Housman on the wing -
  14. Cannot remember any segregation on the slope itself and it was relatively easy to gain access via turnstiles to get up the slope however police seemed to have under helmet radars to stop Chelsea fans entering. After matches you could get out onto the grassy area behind the west stand as away fans exited down the slope and there was a decent drop down a concrete wall so you had a high advantage point , it got interesting one year when Man U were contained on the slope while blues fans outside were trying to smash down those old big blue gates.
  15. Re the discos, used to sneak on the pitch after quite a few beers and take pretend penalties, always at the Shed end