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Listen to real Chelsea supporters recall their fond memories of Chelsea past, brought to you by Chelsea Chadder and guests and published by the Chelsea FanCast.
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The Chelsea Heritage Podcast presents the FA Cup run of 1970.
Chelsea Chadder is joined by Neil ‘Smiffy’ Smith as they talk about all things from Chelsea’s 1970 FA Cup run starting with a third round match with Birmingham, London derbies against QPR and Watford as well as the final vs Leeds Utd, watched by nearly 30 million people on TV.
Smiffy also shares his memories of Ian Hutchinson, Bobby Tambling, Peter Osgood, Barry Bridges, Terry Venables, ex-players celebrating goals, Peter Houseman, Alan Hudson, black and white TVs, Peter Bonetti, football kits and what his dad did when David Webb scored the winning goal.
Chelsea Chadder is joined again by Chris Cassley as they talk about all things Dennis Wise starting from the summer of 1997 up until he left the club in 2001. During the episode we cover the League Cup, Cup Winners Cup and Super Cup success of 1998, the FA Cup win in 2000 at the Old Wembley, his time under Gullit, Vialli and Ranieri, Wise’s temperament, the club’s maiden season in the Champions League including THAT goal in the San Siro!
Chris also shares his memories of foreign imports, Barceolona, opening day screamers, Roberto Di Matteo. Wembley, playing in snow, his England and what his Chelsea legacy is.
The Heritage Podcast Presents Dennis Wise (Part 1)
Chelsea Chadder is joined by Chris Cassley as they talk about all things Dennis Wise starting from his early beginnings up until the end of the 1996/97 season including his record move from Wimbledon, his England debut, his miserable FA Cup final in 1994, that taxi incident that almost led him to jail and of course his 1997 FA Cup victory as captain.
Chris also shares his memories of Kerry Dixon, Vinnie Jones, Ruud Gullit, Dean Saunders, Glenn Hoddle, European adventures, Scorpion kicks, penalty shootouts, Matthew Harding, foreign imports and Euro 96.