Peter Bonetti

Frank Lampard

Interview With John Terry On Making 600 Appearances For Chelsea

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Chelsea captain John Terry recently made his 600th appearance for the club, joining a select group of Chelsea legends including "Chopper" Harris, Frank Lampard and Peter Bonetti who have reached the impressive tally.

Terry, who made his senior debut for Chelsea in 1998, recently sat down with Chelsea Magazine to discuss the achievement as well as other Chelsea-related topics.

Celebrating 500 matches for the Captain

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Yes, indeed, England's Brave John Terry celebrated his 500th Chelsea appearance on Saturday against Tottenham.

The Captain is only the fifth player to reach the 500-game landmark for the Blues: alongside legends Peter Bonetti, Chopper Harris, John Hollins, and the vice-captain, Frank Lampard.

500 games for our Captain, Leader, Legend - John Terry

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When John Terry took to the pitch on back on Saturday against Tottenham, he made his 500th appearance for Chelsea and joined the likes of Chopper Harris, Peter Bonetti, John Hollins and Frank Lampard in reaching that milestone.

He said:
I'm very proud actually. Looking back on it, when I was 17 or 18, when I was on 30-odd games: I never predicted I'd be where I was today.

VIDEO: Frank Lampard - The Legend - 500 and counting.

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Frank Lampard makes his 500th appearance for Chelsea tonight and was asked about reaching such a milestone in his ten years at the club. He said:
'I will take a lot of pride in it, It is very humbling to join Ron Harris, Peter Bonetti and John Hollins in playing 500 games. Those are the big names that people talk about from years gone by and John Terry is just short of 500 as well.

Osgood unveiled: ‘A statue fit for a king’

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"Without a doubt (Peter Osgood) should be the one with a statue here. This is a wonderful tribute to what he brought to the club. We will never forget him because he is now there every time we come to the Bridge."
-former Chelsea goalkeeper Peter Bonetti

The King of Stamford Bridge.

The Rest

Everton beat Chelsea to win the 1970 Charity Shield

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Chelsea v Everton 1970 Charity Shield

Chelsea 1 2 Everton

Played 8th August 1970 at Stamford Bridge

Crowd 43,547

Chelsea Team

Peter Bonetti, David Webb, Ron Harris, John Hollins, Paddy Mulligan, Marvin Hinton, Keith Weller, Alan Hudson, Peter Osgood, Ian Hutchinson (Scored), Peter Houseman

Everton Team

Gordon West, Tommy Wright, Keith Newton, Howard Kendall (Scored), Brian Labone, Colin Harvey, Jimmy Husband, Alan Ball, Joe Royle, John Hurst, Alan Whittle (Scored)

1970 Charity Shield Video Highlights

20 Beautiful Vintage Photos Of Goalkeepers In Flight

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By Chris Wright

Brought to you in no particular order, 20(ish) beautiful vintage photos of goalkeepers captured elegantly in mid-flight, plucked straight from Pies' archives...

Pat Jennings and his handsome sideburns in action during a Tottenham training session, 1973

Barnsley goalkeeper Pat Kelly dives to claim the ball as it's played across his penalty area during a Division Two match against West Ham, 1949

Millwall goalkeeper Brian King reaches for a ball thrown by the cameraman's assistant during a pre-season photocall, 1969

Chelsea goalkeeper Peter 'The Cat' Bonetti makes a flying save as teammate Eddie McCreadie watches on during the FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool, 1965

Racing Club goalkeeper Landi almost poleaxes himself while making a save against Arsenal in a pre-season friendly, 1948

Stoke goalkeeper Gordon Banks saves a penalty from West Ham's Geoff Hurst in the last minute of extra time to earn his team a replay in the semi-final of the League Cup, 1971

Legendary Russian goalkeeper Lev 'The Black Spider' Yashin makes an iconic save from Italy's Sandro Mazzola at Sunderland's Roker Park during the 1966 World Cup

Sunderland goalkeeper Willie Fraser springs full-length in vain as Charlton score on a barren pitch at The Valley, 1956

England centre-forward Jimmy Greaves makes a leaping save as he fools around in goal, watched by a small group of fans and goalkeeper Peter Bonetti, 1966

Gordon Banks puffs out his cheeks and leaps to make a save during England's 1-0 win over Hungary at Wembley, 1965

Despite his dapper cap, Peru goalkeeper Juan Valdivieso is beaten by one of Romania's three goals in a World Cup group game in Uruguay, 1930

Spanish goalkeeper Carmelo Cedrun arches his back to save a high shot in the closing minutes of a game against England at Wembley, 1955

The Korean goalkeeper rises to punch clear and thwart a Mexico attack during the 1948 Olympic Games in London

Southampton goalkeeper Eric Martin swings on the crossbar as the ball flies over the bar during a game against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsbrough, 1969

Manchester United goalkeeper Harry Gregg pushes a shot safely outside the post during an FA Cup semi-final match against Aston Villa, 1958

Luton's Roy Baynham saves a ball during England practice at Stamford Bridge, 1955

Bishop Auckland goalkeeper Harry Sharratt stops Crook Town from scoring during the FA Amateur Cup Final at Newcastle's St James' Park, 1954

Tottenham goalkeeper Ted Ditchburn takes to the air to make a brilliant clearance against Hull City in the fifth round of the FA Cup, 1954

Charlton goalkeeper Willie Duff makes an acrobatic save during a training session at The Valley, 1961

A graceful dive by Watford goalkeeper Dave Underwood fails to stop a penalty taken by Carlisle left half Peter McConnell during a snow-bound Division Three game at Vicarage Road, 1962

Blackpool goalkeeper Gordon West is rendered agog by his own miraculous save during a match against Arsenal at Highbury, 1961.