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Hi

 

Shrewsbury fan in peace. I write an article for our award-winning matchday magazine every home game entitled 'Celebrity Interview,' where we interview a celebrity guest from the opposing club. As you might imagine, it's not always easy to find a 'name' from a L2 club but we've done ok with David Lloyd (Accrington), Nick Owen (Luton) and Jake Humphrey (Norwich) for the recent cup tie.

 

So... onto the Blues and there's quite a list to choose from. Can anyone possibly put me in touch with a celeb they might know, who would be willing to oblige please? If necessary, I could send a pdf so the guest would be able to see an example of the finished article.

 

We're really looking forward to hosting you - be gentle with us please!

 

Many thanks,

Martin

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Joking apart, and I don't know if one of our ex-players would fit your remit, but I reckon you may have a good chance of Pat Nevin replying if you contact him through pat.nevin@chelseafc.com

 

Other than that, like others, sadly I don't know the contact details of any of our celeb fans - Steven Redgrave seems like a nice bloke, try him!  You could try contacting him through his facebook page - you never know! (And he is a proper fan who attends matches rather than a lip-service fan).

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Weller (apparently).... I wish I knew him!

 

Weller isn't massively into football. I know he was asked what team he supported and he gave the Chelsea answer but I don't think he's ever been to a game!

 

Phil Daniels would be good though. Goes to most games (when he's not acting) and does the Chelsea Podcast.

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Weller isn't massively into football. I know he was asked what team he supported and he gave the Chelsea answer but I don't think he's ever been to a game!

 

Phil Daniels would be good though. Goes to most games (when he's not acting) and does the Chelsea Podcast.

 

Yeah you don't often hear him mention Chelsea/football if at all!

 

Phil Daniels is a good shout.

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Weller isn't massively into football. I know he was asked what team he supported and he gave the Chelsea answer but I don't think he's ever been to a game!

 

Phil Daniels would be good though. Goes to most games (when he's not acting) and does the Chelsea Podcast.

I could be wrong but i think i read somewhere that in Strange Town the line '' You've got to walk and talk in four four time'' came from Weller's memories of Stamford Bridge.

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Can't speak highly enough for wee pat- never worked that moniker out by way. Did he have a weak bladder? However do ex players really count as celebrity fans?

Dennis Waterman perhaps. By the way does anyone know if his old sparring partner George Cole was a Chelsea fan? Both are South Londoners- waterman from Elms Rd in Clapham and George Cole originates from Tooting. Ps as Arthur Daley he'd had fitted in perfectly at the Bridge- 70s and 80s. There were lots of self made men in the East Middle smoking big cigars and wearing camel coats. Didn't Mears sometimes wear a fur coat?

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