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Mike Carefree

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Mike Carefree last won the day on November 5 2013

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  1. Does anyone remember a player from the past called DAVID CUNNINGHAM. Played for some scottish teams as well as walsall aston villa swindon newport and sarfend. Well i had a surprise when a short balding fellow answered the door to one of my customers . Mr cunningham himself.. now a careworker..still looks fit tho
  2. Remember seventies against huddersfield was so boring cold n wet we went in with the dozen or so huddersfield fans and sang for them. That is til we had to explain to some other blues not to punch or kick us
  3. Imo in the terrace days we always had better away support than at home..apart from several clubs at the bridge that chelsea turned up for anyone outside of these could have taken the shed. .it certainly was fun tho at every ground in div two.. have to say tho or suggest that not all those so called low gates at the bridge were accurate..i was at one particular match that claimed 12000 plus...it was so obvious just by a quick estimate that another several thousand were left off the official count..great days tho
  4. Ive changed my mind..ive had this one on my mind today and realise it must be my personal best away..very margionally from too many others....my adled mind cant remember dates accurately...ill have to suggest it was mid 70s....baseball grpind derby....first time there for me and the chelsea hierarchy made it clear the POP SIDE will be taken....the nervous excitement of us leyton walthamstow kids on the train there was tangible....every blue on the train paid to get in the popside...it went off dramatically but a group of derby toughs held a section of this popside...there was staircases that w
  5. Early 70s 73 I think chelseas match was abandoned ( newcastle ? ) and lots of us chelsea went to fulham.....I then proceeded to win the heart of sheffield weds fan susan white and ended up having derek dooley speak to me on the phone and a story of love in sheff weds prog as well as a pic in the sheff star paper when I visited her
  6. A small price to pay for letting the filth know Chelsea were about
  7. Well well.I got myself very excited and nostalgic while on YouTube looking at all things spurs n Chelsea. Some will remember me going on about my first away trip from the bridge to spuds that I said was 67 68 time. I gave my 12 yr old memory of that day,,,,,,don't say it,,,,,,,,,,,,I told of seeing hundreds of Chelsea down Tottenham high rd singing,,,,,,,, we hate Tottenham and rearranging their supporters club......I then told how I saw the Chelsea steam the park lane, run out to the shelf area then go back into the park lane as one hoard. I related I saw them cease fighting while innocents
  8. Well done Chelsea. Proud of how we contained the reds. Jose. You're not moaning about parking the bus are you. Proud of the fans too well done all things blue.. Didn't believe we could do it but the team were just PRETENDING several matches prior.... Sighs zagga
  9. The diving header by ossie from cookes pass in my opinion is one of the most dramatic tearjerking goals i have ever seen in my life.......P.S....I too dont believe we ll beat united with the sort of upfront players we have compared to theirs.........LISTEN im always wrong so had to say this now.....
  10. AHHHH if only those wonderous days could be lived again
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