WELCOME.....

.....to my blog dedicated to the history of Chelmsford City Football Club. I will be bloging regularly with request for information, updates on what progress has been made and other interesting tit bits relating to City's days gone by. This will be augmented by statistical and trivia postings. In this way I hope that the Blog can contribute to the compilation of a complete history of the Club. Look out too for the first issue of 'The Chelmsford City Historian' my quarterly newsletter for all those who have an interest in the history of our great Club. Finally, a plea. Please contribute if you can and help make both the Blog and the newsletter a resounding success.

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Issue 9 - Now On Sale

Issue 9 is now on sale.

If you are a subscriber your copy will be in the post later this afternoon.

If you would like to purchase a copy the cost is still only £2 or £2.50 if ordering by post.

Payments can be made by PayPal through dgselby@sky.com.

A 4 issue postal subscription is £10. Payment can again be made through PayPal

All profits to the Club. (£1,200 so far donated)



Contents include:
  • The Big Interview with former player, manager and now Club President Ollie Hopkins.
  • After the Colchester victory we look at the Club's biggest ever 
  • F.A. Cup victory, the 4-1 thrashing of second division Southampton in January 1939.
  • Martin Rogers, in his regular column, looks at the career of 1970's legend Tommy Coakley.
  • Jim Brown concludes his short series on men who have managed 
  • Coventry City and Chelmsford City with a piece on Billy Frith.
  • Adrian Neale, former City Director, in the first of a two part series,
  • gives a personal view of the events in 1994 that led to the formation 
  • of the Company which still runs the football club.
  • Brian Poole focusses on the career of his father-in-law former City 'keeper Jack Parry.
  • Plus much, much more.
All enquiries to:

chelmsfordcityhistory@googlemail.com

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