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Image result for peter osgood chelsea 1970s v. Huddersfield. Peter Osgood, Chelsea's centre forward scores their second goal during their game against Huddersfield at Stamford Bridge. The final score was a two all draw. January 1972

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Chelsea v. Huddersfield. Huddersfield's goalkeeper David Lawson is shadowed by Chelsea's new boy Tony Potrack. January 1972

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programme cover for Millwall v Chelsea, Monday, 10th Oct 1960 Mon, 10th Oct 1960 at 7:30pm, We won 7-1 at Millwall in our first ever League Cup Tie. 15,007 saw it.

Our scorers:  Jonny Brooks 13, Bobby Evans 15, Peter Sillett 50 and 74, Jimmy Greaves 67 and 87 Peter Brabrook 72, Peter Sillett 74,

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The goals from the Man City game on Oct 10th 1970  .

Some goal for  City by Colin Bell !

Keith Weller equalising for us in the 37th min, which wasn't a bad one either.

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20 hours ago, erskblue said:

Image result for peter osgood chelsea 1970s v. Huddersfield. Peter Osgood, Chelsea's centre forward scores their second goal during their game against Huddersfield at Stamford Bridge. The final score was a two all draw. January 1972

Spot the difference:

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13 hours ago, Backbiter said:

Spot the difference:

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Old Trafford and The Bridge.

The Old Trafford pic was our first goal during our first FA Cup Final (Replay) win over Leeds.:biggrin:

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programme cover for Chelsea v Preston North End, Saturday, 11th Oct 1952 Saturday 11th October 1952 and a 5 - 3 win over Preston North End.   Watched by 51,426 spectators.

Our scorers were: Parsons 8 and 85, Campbell 53, McNichol 76 and Bentley 80 mins respectively.

Preston were joint top of Division 1 at the end of the season, losing the title only on goal difference to Arsenal, so our win that day was a very good one indeed.

They had the legendary Tom Finney in their side and also the future Chelsea player and manager Tommy Docherty.

We eventually finished 19th, just above the relegation zone !

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