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MKBlue last won the day on May 26 2014

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About MKBlue

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    First Team Squad
  • Birthday 09/04/1960

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  1. Club's investment into the squad

    On the bright side, I've lived through the worst years in the club's history, 78-83, and the greatest, Ruud-now. On the whole, mustn't grumble.
  2. 2018 Running Costs

    I'll be contributing just as soon as I start getting paid again.
  3. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    I opened the picture so I could enlarge it to see if I could pick any of the opposition players out and it's captioned "nov-1968-mancity-osgood-goal". I'm also pretty sure that the two City players closest to the camera are Glyn Pardoe on the left and Tommy Booth. You're right about Jeff Astle, missed a sitter against arguably the best team ever in a match we only lost 1-0
  4. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Having a catch up on here while listening to the first Specials album.....where have the years gone?
  5. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Always knew him as Trebor, going back to the mid 70s on the old Supporters Club coaches. Really nice bloke to boot.
  6. 1/ Wayne Bridge night at the library. Went to the home leg but couldn't get a ticket for this one. Perhaps my favourite ever Chelsea match. 2/ Bolton 05, was at the Bridge the next season when we wrapped it up against Utd, but would have swapped that one for Frank's big day. 3/ Munich, got a soaking in Moscow, and I swear I'll be there if we get to the final again. 4/ Barcelona, semi final in 2012, went there when Didi got sent off, guess I'm just a bit of a jinx at Euro aways, not seen us win away abroad since Stockholm. 5/ 6-1 at 3PL, don't have to explain this one surely.
  7. I used to be a member, and poster, on BAWA, had a drink a few times with various others from there at the match, the chap who made this vid used to go with his brother, from St Albans area, I think. Really nice couple of gents to boot. I'd been to the home leg, and the atmosphere when Eidur scored, even in the West Lower, was electric. Alas I couldn't get a ticket for the away leg so had to settle for watching it in front of my tv, couldn't go out to watch it as I was far too pumped up. Out of all the games I've missed down the years, this is the one I'd pick to have been at, no hesitation, not Munich, not Bolton (83 or 05), but the night we finally laid our bogie against them bums to rest. Invincibles my arse.
  8. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Seen the picture now, looks like he's singing the Laughing Policeman to me.
  9. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Peter Houseman's not in the pic mate. 3 non Chelsea players in there, both ends of the top row, and the chap in between Webb and Dempsey. Top row Droy, Hudson, Garland, Hinton. 2nd row Webb, Dempsey, Harris, Cooke. 3rd row The King, Baldwin, Boyle. Bottom row Phillips, McCreadie, Kember, Hollins, Mulligan and Bonetti. Hard for me to forget this team as it was my first season going to the match.
  10. Your unpopular opinion about Chelsea

    Similar, but not having got a ticket for 97, Stockholm was my biggest celebration
  11. My Mrs cost us promotion in 79/80. We'd started going out in February and I took her to two games that season, Fulham and QPR at home, both 0-2 defeats, and we missed out on goal difference after Westham hoisted the white flag at Roker Park. Still, she's a dyed in the wool Blue now, not a bad old girl.
  12. Mark Falco, Alan Mayes and Robert Fleck. Unless we're talking seriously, then it's Hazard, Drogba, Franco. Apologies to the King, wee Pat, Kerry, Eidur, Hutch, Anelka, Finnieston and Baldwin. Oh, and Jimmy Floyd.
  13. Agreed, Willian is looking good every time he gets the ball, one of the best 45s I've seen from him.
  14. Your favourite non-final/title wins

    And all on my 46th birthday, great night after I got back to my local in MK.
  15. Nathaniel Chalobah

    I'm starting to feel a little disenchanted, not to mention very disappointed, at the constant selling off of the cream of our youth set up. When will we ever see a young London lad playing regularly for our first team again? It'll always be my team, but it sure doesn't feel like it's my club anymore.