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pettsy

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  1. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    That's him.....Ginger Mick! It's the first time I've heard that song in ages and never noticed before that Brian sung it in a Scottish accent!! lol
  2. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Their bassist, Mick Robinson, still goes to the Bridge these days. They had a single out called "We Are Lost" around the time they performed on the pitch. I saw them at the Rock Garden a couple of times. They split up when the lead singer f**ked off to the States to try and further his career...............
  3. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    I know that fella with Batesy. His name's Chris and he still goes home and away.
  4. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Thanks for the info mate
  5. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    That's Seven Sisters I think
  6. 70s photos of Shed Boys

    I'm a good friend of Bubbles and believe me nothing would give him greater pleasure than seeing photos of him posted all over the gaff!!!
  7. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    That's Chris Matthews with the players...................I think!
  8. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Apparently the fella between Bonetti & Eddie Mac was called Allan Young
  9. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Back: Joe Kirkup, Jim Thomson (I think) , Chopper, Hinton, Cat, ????, Eddie Mac Middle : Tambling, Cooke, Alan Harris, Baldwin, Tony Hately Front: Houseman, Boyle, Fascione, Hollins
  10. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Marty Feldman was a Chelsea fan. I saw him at e few games in the early 70's and once sat behind him at Palace away in the FA Cup in 1970
  11. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Met him a couple of times when he worked in Edgware.....Top fella!
  12. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Haha! Yea I know mate.....knowing my cousin as I do I can just picture it. He would have pissed himself laughing too :)
  13. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    That's my cousin far right ( ginger in the cap) He came home with Tommy Langley's shirt that day........... Just after this photo was taken he got whacked by an old bird's brolly for his troubles!! :D
  14. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    The red actually originates from the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea coat of arms. If you look back at the away kits from our early years there is plenty of red featured. Black and white stripes was also very popular.
  15. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    Brilliant!

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