Vince Cooper attended his first game at Stamford Bridge as a six-year-old in 1963. Being separated from his family and having to watch the second half from the police control box in the East Stand did little to dim his enthusiasm and he quickly became a regular.
Since then Vince has been at Old Trafford. The Karaiskakis Stadium, Wembley and many other scenes of great triumph and he has remained a fan through good times and not so good!
Vince has written for and edited a number of sports publications around the world and, for ten years published The League Magazine, a football publication which was produced throughout South East Asia and the Middle East as well as in the UK. He has also been lucky to have spoken to the likes of Peter Osgood, Ian Hutchinson, John Boyle, Ray Wilkins, Paul Canoville and Pat Nevin about Chelsea and has plans for more books about the club.