Keith Dublin

Keith Dublin (born 29 January 1966) is an English former footballer who played at left-back for Chelsea, Brighton & Hove Albion, Watford, Southend United and Colchester United in the Football League.

Born in High Wycombe, Dublin began his career with Chelsea, one of the first black footballers to play for the club.[2][3]Dublin came to Chelsea as an apprentice in July 1982,signed professional in October 1983, and made his debut for the Chelsea first team in May 1984 against Barnsley in the Second Division Championship side managed by John Neal. He was voted Chelsea's young player of the year in 1983.

Paul Canoville

Paul Kenneth Canoville (born 4 March 1962) is an English former professional footballer.

He was signed by Chelsea from Hillingdon Borough in 1981, and went on to win the Second Division title with the club in 1983–84. However, he was more notable as the first black player to play for Chelsea, and for the negative reception he received from the racist elements of Chelsea supporters. He was sold to Reading for £60,000 in August 1986, before retiring from the professional game due to a serious knee injury the following year.

Jimmy Carter

James William Charles Carter (born 9 November 1965 in Hammersmith, London) is an English former footballer. Playing as a winger, Carter featured for Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Millwall, Liverpool, Arsenal, Oxford United and Ports mouth through out his career.[1] Following his retirement from football, Carter has been heavily involved in the world of property investment.Since 2015 Carter has been a member of the commercial sales team at Millwall FC

David Hillier

David Hillier (born 19 December 1969) is an English former professional footballer. He played as a midfielder from 1988 until 2003, notably in the Premier League for Arsenal. He also played in the Football League for Portsmouth, Bristol Rovers and Barnet. He also earnt 1 cap for the England U21 side.

Gary Stanely

Chelsea FC 1973-1978

Gary Stanley (born 4 March 1954) is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder in the Football League for Chelsea, Everton, Swansea City, Portsmouth and Bristol City..He also played in the North American Soccer League with Fort Lauderdale Strikers and in the Major Indoor Soccer League with Wichita Wings.

Ray Wilkins

Chelsea FC 1973-1978

Raymond Colin Wilkins MBE (born 14 September 1956) is an English former footballer. Since his playing career ended he has worked as a television pundit and as a football coach and manager with Queens Park Rangers, Fulham, Chelsea and Jordan. He was most recently the assistant manager of Aston Villa.

He was a key midfielder for the England national football team during the 1980s, and enjoyed success at various clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, Milan, Queens Park Rangers, and Rangers.

Chris Whyte

Christopher Anderson "Chris" Whyte (born 2 September 1961) is an English former footballer who played as a central defender and made nearly 400 appearances in the Football League and Premier League. He had lengthy spells with Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion, Leeds United – where he was a pivotal part of their 1991–92 title-winning team – and Birmingham City, and also played for numerous other clubs in England and abroad. Whyte was capped by England at under-21 leve

Kenny Swain

Swain began his professional career with Londoners Chelsea, signing from Wycombe Wanderers in the summer of 1973. As he had been a non-contract player with Wycombe, having joined them from college football, his signing-on fee was just £500. He made his League debut for Chelsea in 1974. His most successful season with the club came in 1976-77, when his strike partnership with Steve Finnieston helped Eddie McCreadie's young side win promotion back to the First Division. He remained with Chelsea until 1979, when they were relegated, and then signed for Aston Villa for £100,000.

Ian Selly

Ian Selley (born 14 June 1974) is an English former professional footballer, and coach at Arsenal's training camp in Dubai.[2][3]

He notably played in the Premier League for Arsenal, winning the 1994 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup with them, and in the Football League for Fulham, Wimbledon and Southend United. Beleaguered by a number of serious injuries which cut-short his professional aspirations, he thereafter forged a career in non-league football with clubs such as Woking, Lewes, Grays Athletic, Maidstone United, Croydon Athletic, Dorchester Town and Kingstonian.[2][3]

During his time at Arsenal he made three appearances for the England Under-21 international team.