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  1. No one minds Ersk ,No one minds in fact Chi will be doing cartwheels if he can ,being as old as me tee hee
  2. Original coffer badges from the early to mid seventies go for silly money ie £30-50 quid ,rare ones from late seventies to early eighties also go for good money.... even new ones made yesterday can be £4-5 quid plus post the left badge man has a good few ,leftback.co.uk ...im very jealous
  3. The smog monster had his trainers nicked excellent !
  4. Fair play to you ,it always amazes me wherever and whenever I have travelled with CFC I've met fans from all of the UK.. I worked in Bradford for a while and never met any CFC , plenty of mancs though,sadly I've got a west ham mate ,lives down south but born and raised in Warrington , always respected him for that,he used to talk about the rugby league tear ups , whole new world for me until I worked in Bradford and saw the bulls Living in the south game day was me travelling into Waterloo and it always amazed me the amount of CFC on the trains from Bournemouth and areas like that... Waterloo on a Saturday night was lively,I guess your train journey back up to Donny was interesting on occasions Up the chels
  5. Great memories ddrblue ,i was wondering how you ended up supporting CFC living up in sunny Donny? Being old i am in the “ we all f**k8ng hate leeds” camp .....I grew in a family where my mum came from just outside wakefield so all her side were dirty Leeds ,we lived down south so my trips to the norf were always fun,CFC pin badge to the fore when it was time to meet the family i had a funeral up in leeds crem just before Christmas last ,down near elland road ,seemed strange Re the petrol bomb train i was on that ,as were ,as you say hundreds of typical Chelsea ie all young lads ,majority casuals and the majority game ....the petrol bomber i believed committed suicide some time later ,the things you remember anyway your right We had the whole side ,which was terraced and Were in the seats above as well,i cant remember any trouble outside to be fair ...funnily enough i was at Derby game when the seats got wrecked in the last minutes ,to my shame the papers had a picture of us behind the goal and im there with a deer stalker hat on,oh dear ! I cant say im happy to have them back ,horrible club still in my eyes, a tiny bit pleased for my mum but that is it re the miners they did get a battering by old bill,i remember at the time arguing with my mates as they loved it but they didn’t really see,regards less of the politics, no pits meant the death of many communities .... Always remember Leeds at Brum where the wall collapsed and the kiddy sadly died...That looked like carnage on TV anyway Horrible club ha ha
  6. A few years back i went to sri lanka with the barmy army ,unlike Australia and the west indies not a lot travelled ,great place,it was before the tsunami. Match day was walk to the ground from the hotel,and every day we saw Michael Holding and every day it was “good morning Mikey “ and every day is “good morning boys “ ..always chilled ,always polite ,always a gentleman..top man
  7. That Mickey T picture is brilliant,the emotion he is showing plus every Single Fan going absolutely crazy..pictures don’t get much better
  8. I was lucky i had subbuteo but had no one to play against so used to spend hours setting up the wall for freekicks ,to see i could slot one into the top keeper against the static keeper wasnt great 😂
  9. No 0007... in 1981 licensed to watch sh*te football more than anything...great pictures thank you all...especially love the New east stand one in the sunlight
  10. I was at that Watford game ,mid week if i recall ,got stuffed of course, but the statto in me always remembers it because of les fridge being in goal...funny how we can fondly recall a 5 1 home defeat to Watford because of the goalie making his debut like many i had high hopes for Steve Francis ,bit like kepa good shot stopper but lacking a bit of presence
  11. Love a union jack with CHELSEA FC written across the middle
  12. Every chance Chi it was an electrical shop , certainly a tradesmen supplier of some sorts ... wonder if Ronaldo also owns a plumbers merchants
  13. Great question about Micky Droy ,i cant remember him ever being paraded around the pitch.I always forget how he was in and around the whole 1970 team ,i kind of always think of him playing from 1975 ish onwards seem to recall he had a paint and decorating business or something
  14. Does anybody else see a figure standing over by the white wall ? Looks like a blooming ghost
  15. Great picture Ersk ,i wonder what’s going on ? The bloke with the parka looks like he has a proverbial bloody nose,so i guess the young terraway on the floor whacked him the copper is asking parka man if he can also give the young lout a gentle kick to the ribs the women behind parka man ,judging by her shoes is off to bingo and the woman behind the copper is off to the shops to exchange the acrylic high neck jumper that didn’t fit old skool football cant be beaten

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