My name is Ash. I've supported Chelsea all of my life. I now live in Epsom but grew up in West Norwood, which should have made me a Palace fan. But my Dad supported Chelsea and rightly subscribed to giving his sons no choice whatsoever in our football allegiance - God bless you Dad. I had a season ticket back in the days of Vialli & co, but these days resort to either borrowing my brother's ST, or trying to get away tickets as my sons and I love the feeling of being hated by the majority of the rest of the ground.
I was outside SB with my two lads when we played Brighton recently to protest against our involvement in the ESL.
I hate Totttenham, and love celery for it's multiple uses.
My whole family support Chelsea, with the exception of my sister-in-law's partner who is a Man Utd fan. We don't really count him anyway because he's a tw@t.
My dog is named Ozzie, after the King of Stamford Bridge.
Most fun games attended: Man Utd away when David Luiz got shot by a sniper but still managed a smile, and Mata then dribbled a shot into the net for the win. Lille away in last season's CL because it was a great crack, and we won. Ajax at home last season in the CL - mental atmosphere in the MHL - don't think Dave's winner should have been disallowed just because it accidentally hit Tammy's arm.
Most painful games attended: FA Cup FInal vs Arsenal where we got properly stitched by that muppet Anthony Taylor, who despite being told by his lino Sanchez's goal was offside decided to allow it anyway. However, the fact he denied Raheem a pen in our recent Prem match vs City has redeemed him a bit. 3-2 loss in 1999 at home to the Gooners when Kanu hit a hatrick.