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6 hours ago, bluehaze said:

 

Remember this one, in the seats of pompeys main stand, during 1st half, a big one went to mow went up, with the usual enthusiastic 10 men went to mow at end, half time game, and Ken Bates came up to seats to say we'd caused the stand to crack and could we move to the terraces where the majority of Chelsea were, some moved and some stayed in stand like myself, half time was delayed and Our fans made a point by all sitting down on terraces and doing mow meadow again, we went 2-0 down, and Hitchcock did a wonder save at 2-0, Dixon came on as sub as had been arrested for betting or something, and the last 15 mins was fantastic, up there as one of my most memorable matches

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3 hours ago, Stretford Ender said:

 

Man United games at Stamford Bridge in the 1960s and 1970s ...

1960s. Not sure who the CFC player is. Alan Harris?

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August 1971. Best gets sent off at Stamford Bridge for swearing at the ref.

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Charlie Cooke and Bestie trying a bit of ballet. John Hollins and Denis Law watching on.

 

 

Joe Kirkup 

 

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5th November 1966  Chelsea-1-3 Man Utd.

                                  Hollins   -   John Aston (2)

                                                      George Best 

 

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John Aston of United.  His name has always stuck with me because on one of his football cards back in the 60’s he had a really big head. 

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1 hour ago, Peckham Blue said:

John Aston of United.  His name has always stuck with me because on one of his football cards back in the 60’s he had a really big head. 

MOTM in the 1968 European Cup final. Broke his leg at Maine Road in the following season and never regained his place and was sold to Luton.

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1 hour ago, Scott said:

Joe Kirkup 

I'd never have remembered that and back then, I could pretty much tell you who was in the Chelsea side. All right, confession time. I have relatives in Clapham, most of whom were Chelsea fans, and still are. My aunt (mum's sister) married a London lad in the war and they settled in Clapham, though he was originally from Hounslow.

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Tony Mcandrew Stock Pictures, Royalty-free Photos & Images - Getty ...Tony Mcandrew Stock Pictures, Royalty-free Photos & Images - Getty ...

Tony McAndrew lines up and then scores a penalty at the Baseball Ground.

The Baseball Ground in all it's muddy surfaced glory !

Photo:Hugh Hastings.

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Blundell Park, Grimsby.

That away day in May 1984

A crowded bench: Norman Medhurst, John Neal, Paul Canoville, Colin Lee, Derek Johnstone, Tony McAndrew and Joey Jones

(Photo: Hugh Hastings/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

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12 hours ago, Stretford Ender said:

 

Man United games at Stamford Bridge in the 1960s and 1970s ...

1960s. Not sure who the CFC player is. Alan Harris?

b34602fdd11a1fddcc6c1bb852e761fa.jpg

August 1971. Best gets sent off at Stamford Bridge for swearing at the ref.

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Charlie Cooke and Bestie trying a bit of ballet. John Hollins and Denis Law watching on.

Bestie said to the ref “ you are a f**king disgrace”

Afterwards he reckoned he was talking to himself not the ref!

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1 hour ago, erskblue said:

Tony Mcandrew Stock Pictures, Royalty-free Photos & Images - Getty ...Tony Mcandrew Stock Pictures, Royalty-free Photos & Images - Getty ...

Tony McAndrew lines up and then scores a penalty at the Baseball Ground.

The Baseball Ground in all it's muddy surfaced glory !

Photo:Hugh Hastings.

I was at that game there was a massive snow storm for about 10 minutes of Tromso proportions then it was gone as quickly as it came. You're excelling with your posts erks real legends in Dennis Rofe and Tony McAndrew😆

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7 minutes ago, bluehaze said:

I was at that game there was a massive snow storm for about 10 minutes of Tromso proportions then it was gone as quickly as it came. You're excelling with your posts erks real legends in Dennis Rofe and Tony McAndrew😆

Cheers.

Just noticed it was Dennis Rofe's birthday on Stamford Bridge.com today and saw that picture of Tony McAndrew taking the penalty at the Baseball Ground.

I admit, pictures I post can be 'a bit random' to say the least.:biggrin: 

Guilty My Lord.

I decided against posting one of James Docherty though...

 

 

 

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Chelsea v Derby County, League Division One. Stamford Bridge ...

v Derby County at The Bridge.  11th Oct 1969.
 
Derby's keeper Les Green stares open-mouthed as a shot from John Hollins of Chelsea rebounds off the post and goes into the net for Chelsea's equalising goal,
(Photo Peter Cook/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)
 
A very good crowd of 51,421 saw the 2-2 draw.
 
Peter Houseman scored our other goal in the 57th min. John Hollins equalising goal , above, came in the 82nd min.

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10 hours ago, bluehaze said:

This is a really good site first impressions those shorts are borderline ponographic and PB's tracksuit bottoms seem to be flares.

 

Peter Bonetti and Clive Walker did episodes of superstars

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