Interviews

By Peter Sharland
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Jan 11th, 2014
The sun is out over Brentford’s training ground in South-West London and after his last session before Saturday’s game against Port Vale George Saville is relaxing after a well-earned lunch. The on-loan Chelsea youngster has just agreed a deal to stay...
By Peter Sampson
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Dec 9th, 2012
Firstly, Graeme, when I was living in Mallorca in 1996 I met you in Deia, Mallorca, when you had a plaster cast on following your broken ankle. It was during Euro 96 – which you missed through the ankle break - and you were on holiday.  You were...
By Tim Palmer
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Sep 5th, 2011
Rick Glanvill is a recognisable name amongst Chelsea fans, having penned the club’s official centenary biography and the ‘History in Pictures’ book, and then gone on to be the club’s first official historian. Here CFCnet chats to Glanvill as he opens ...
By Clive Batty
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Aug 14th, 2010
It’s been a good week for Frank Lampard. A few days before I met him at the club’s training ground in Cobham he had skippered the Blues to a dramatic victory over Stoke, scoring the winning goal with virtually the last kick of the match. T...
By Jez Walters
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Aug 12th, 2010
Two days ago we bumped into Ken Monkou, Chelsea Player of the Year in 1990, who kindly agreed to do a ten minute pre-season video interview. ...
By Peter Sampson
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Jun 6th, 2010
If you could have changed anything from your playing days, what would it have been? I wished I had been another yard or two quicker that I was. I lacked a yard or two in pace. It would have been nice to have been picked for England. However I captaine...
By Rowan Farnham-Long
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Oct 17th, 2009
CFCnet have again caught up with former defender and current Chelsea Old Boy David Lee to find out his thoughts on the Blues’ last month. With a first defeat of the season, some valuable contract renewals, and the distraction of international week, th...
By Rowan Farnham-Long
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Sep 18th, 2009
CFCnet met up with ex-Blues defender David Lee again this week, as he dissected the start to the 2009/10 season. Lee, a development coach at Bristol City, and also a regular contributor to CFCnet, discussed all things Chelsea as he analysed the perfec...
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Aug 15th, 2009
CFCnet’s new marquee summer signing has arrived, as former centre-back David Lee has kindly agreed to share his views on all things Chelsea each month as the season progresses. Bristol-born Lee made almost 200 appearances for the Blues in ten ye...
By Clive Batty
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Aug 11th, 2009
This interview took place a few months ago, however it’s the first time that this interview has appeared anywhere online. Michael Ballack has been an extremely busy man of late, playing and scoring in a couple of World Cup qualifiers for Germany...
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Jun 19th, 2009
For those younger than 30, Ken Monkou was Chelsea’s Player of the Year in 1990 and became our first black player to win the award.  He can now be found flipping pancakes at his pancake house in Holland as well as playing for this weekend’s...
By Mark Worrall
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May 19th, 2009
The most capped English cricketer of all time in both Test Matches and One Day Internationals, Alec Stewart OBE enjoyed a prolific career as an aggressive opening batsman and wicketkeeper for both his county team Surrey and the England national team. ...
By Mark Worrall
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May 13th, 2009
The most capped English cricketer of all time in both Test Matches and One Day Internationals, Alec Stewart OBE enjoyed a prolific career as an aggressive opening batsman and wicketkeeper for both his county team Surrey and the England national team. ...
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