A fascinating collection of photographs of Chelsea Football Club dating from its early days in 1905 until 1992, painstakingly selected from the Daily Mirror's extensive archive of tens of thousands of images. These photos tell the story of one of Britain's most glamorous and often-controversial football clubs - from Sir Matt Busby's three guest appearances during WWII, to regular matchday visits from Steve McQueen and Raquel Welch during Tommy Docherty's reign in the swinging '60s. There's magnificent photography of star players such as Ron 'Chopper' Harris, the 1971 UEFA Cup Winners Cup side, and David Speedie and Kerry Dixon - the heroes of the '80s revival. If blue is the colour, you'll find it in here.
Andy Sherwood is Deputy Editor of the original men's magazine, Loaded. A journalist for 15 years, he previously worked on Shoot, the football magazine, as Features Editor, where he interviewed many of the biggest names in the game, including Chelsea stars Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and former players such as Chris Sutton. He's also worked for Smash Hits, Q and FHM and is Editor-At-Large of The Sno, a ski magazine for seasonaires in France.