The Chelsea Mixtape

To commemorate Chelsea’s FA Cup/Champions League Final appearance…


… a last minute thrown together podcast with some of their musical “highlights”

Despite what you think about the team…well to be more precise… certain individuals in that team… you’ve still got to salute the achievement by Chelsea F.C in reaching two cup finals.

Sadly though, after all of this, I still don’t think that Roberto Di Matteo will be given the job full time.

What if they win both cups and manage to finish 4th ? Maybe then Roman might be persuaded.

But I’m not here to speculate on the the club, the players or the future. There are plenty of other websites out there which do a far better job with that. The purpose of this post and of FootieAndMusic is to entertain you. So please maestro – play on…


  • Harry J Allstars – Liquidator
  • Peter Osgood – Chirpy Chirpy Cheap Cheap
  • Suggs & Chelsea FC – Blue Day
  • Henry Turtle – Ruudy’s Rocksteady Crew
  • Chelsea 1983 – Back On The Ball
  • Mr Martini – Why I Love Chelsea
  • Ted Taylor Orchestra – Blue Is The Colour
  • Chelsea fans - Frank Lampard chant
  • Chelsea 1994 – No One Can Stop Us Now
  • Chelsea fans - John Terry chant
  • Middlerow – Right Proper Charlie
  • Chumbawumba – Chelsea Back Four
  • Chelsea fans - "You've only got one song"
  • Barmy Army – Liquidator
  • Chelsea Brigade – El Comandante José Mourinho
  • Gift Grub – José’s Team Talk (Any Team Will Do)
  • Chelsea fans - Avram Grant chant
  • Laurel Aitken & The Shed Enders – Zigger Zagger

A bit all over the place, a bit like Chelski’s season really. The inclusion of Middlerow’s “Right Proper Charlie” is a crap commentary by me on the whole John Terry thing. There is a link with the song though – the track was on the Mean Machine soundtrack, which starred one time Chelsea player Vinnie Jones.

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