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RIP BOBBY CAMPBELL


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Eton Blue at the Chelsea Megastore

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Bobby Campbell's kids was a term I heard a lot when we played under him. We got hockeyed a few times, went behind a few times, came back a few times.

Never remember us really giving up. (Just blanked them out maybe ?)

Maine rd, Old trafford, 3 point lane, fratton park, luton at home, let arse at home, pride park, just a few instant memories that spring to mind following Bobby's blues.

RIP Bobby.

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RIP to a great servant of the club. The promotion season of 89 remains one of my favourite Chelsea seasons ever.

 

Not just that but also taking us to fifth spot in the top flight which was punching well above our weight then.  One of the goody guys and a sad loss.

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