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Hutch last won the day on November 4 2011

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  1. Today's shot of the day, taken a little before my time: Chelsea inside-left John McNichol scores Chelsea's third goal against Charlton at Stamford Bridge, 29th August 1953. Chelsea won the match 3-1
  2. Speaking of Daniele De Rossi Bruno Conti, director of Roma said: Bruno Conti: Liar or lunatic. You decide.
  3. Today's shot of the day: 11th April 1970: Peter Osgood of Chelsea beats the Leeds United footballer Terry Cooper to the ball during the FA Cup final
  4. Zigger zagger ziggar OI OI OI! I knew him quite well, but then so did just about everyone. I've never seen this before though: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rhE5MxPxUU&NR=1
  5. Not sure if it's been posted before, but I just came across this: RIP MIck
  6. Side Two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ky97pwFODs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhbYnwMA608 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so0gygMa67I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDc5ddD88zQ
  7. Have you got to True Democracy Yet? Side One: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qo0tH5ppR88 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qonWJxi5vA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFhGEpi5_II http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBhE9RbgJu4
  8. Nice one! Today's Shot of the day is another decent squad photo, this time from 1972, the makeup of which is remarkably similar to the 1973 squad posted earlier in this thread:
  9. Another Shot of the Day from the '70s. This one features Mickey Droy looking almost balletic and Stevie Wicks looking not like Stevie Wicks at all: 19th November 1977: John Deeham of Aston Villa (centre) tries to break through the Chelsea defence of Micky Droy (left) and Steve Wicks during a league match at Stamford Bridge. Final score: 0-0.
  10. Today's Shot Of The Day is a classic: 29th April 1970: Ron Harris, captain of Chelsea, holds up the FA Cup trophy as he is chaired by team-mates (left to right) Ian Hutchinson, Peter Houseman, Marvin Hinton and David Webb.
  11. Today's Shot Of The Day is another one of Ossie, described by the official site as having been taken on October 1st 1973. So I had a look around to try to find who we were playing that day, but from what I gather we weren't. There was however, according to various sources, including statto.com, a 2-2 draw against Wolves at Stamford Bridge the previous day: Given the era, I can guarantee that I would have been there, but typically don't remember a thing about the game. However, a little more research tells me that Ossie scored our second goal that day: LINK
  12. Today's shot of the day, the 1972-73 squad, the squad Dave Sexton dismantled with such disastrous consequences: Back row: John Phillips, Eddie McCreadie, Paddy Mulligan, Peter Bonetti, John Boyle, Peter Houseman, Ron Harris, Marvin Hinton, Alan Hudson, David Webb, John Dempsey Front row: Tommy Baldwin, Chris Garland, Steve Kember, John Hollins, Peter Osgood, Charlie Cooke
  13. Never saw them live but I do know that they were highly underrated and often dismissed as nothing more than a hard rock band. While it's true that their repertoire included a fair few heavier/harder numbers, there was far more to the band. Listen to the stuff from "Eat It" I posted above: "Say No More" is just beautiful, "Black Coffee" (this is the even better Whistle Test version) is simply dripping with soul, "Beckton Dumps" is classic Steve Marriot. Oh and "I Believe To My Soul" as a classic cover of a Ray Charles classic, ain't bad either.
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