Peter Osgood - Signed autobiography XXX - Out of Stock - XXX
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To this day, Peter Osgood's status in the London club is unrivalled. In his autobiography he recalls the truth about his hard-drinking and hard-living, he also talks about his strained relationship with manager Dave Sexton. A great item of Chelsea memorabilia presented in good condition.
This great one-off item of memorabilia is a signed soft-back book entitled 'Kings of Stamford Bridge' and is signed by the late and great Chelsea legend, Peter Osgood. In total, Osgood made 380 appearances for The Blues, scoring 150 goals. He was one of only nine players to score in every round of the FA Cup (and, to date, the last to do so), helping Chelsea to victory in a replayed final against Leeds United in 1970. Osgood was commonly called "Ossie" and also earned the nickname "The King of Stamford Bridge" due to his exceptional skills as a player as well as his personality and status. Osgood was known as a charming and confident man, and on the pitch he had the slight touch of arrogance found in great football players. Few things summaries his status as well as a T-shirt worn by Raquel Welch, one of the greatest movie stars of the era. The T-shirt simply said "I scored with Osgood".
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