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Well Done Myles

Myles O’Brien A massive, massive thanks to you all for your support – the race was tough, the bridges were brutal but the though of Triz pushed me through the pain. I was very disappointed in my finishing time, crossing with a gun-time of 4:23 (chip time 4:20) but I nearly (very nearly) actually enjoyed […]

Remembering Trizia

Eulogy from Allan Prosser can be found here

Funeral Notice For Trizia

Funeral notice for Miss Patrizia Fiorellino Miss Patrizia Fiorellino sadly passed away on Tuesday, 8th October 2019 Details of the funeral date and arrangements (including flowers and donations) are available here on their Funeral Notice page: https://www.dignityfunerals.co.uk/funeral-notices/08-10-2019-patrizia-fiorellino

Celebration Of Trizia’s Life

You are invited to celebrate the life of our dear friend Trizia Fiorellino, at St Agathas Church, 1 Wyndham Road, Kingston on Thames on Monday 4th November at 09:30. Parking is extremely limited around the streets of the church and we recommend public transport, albeit an early service time. Thank you. https://www.stagathaschurch.org.uk/ The ‘Cremation’ and […]

Running A Marathon For Trizia

“I signed up for New York marathon some time back now and until very recently was running it for “kicks & giggles” which is never wise. My “running mentor” always said you have to have a reason to run, and that reason is what will get you over the finish line. In late September I […]

Trizia Fiorellino RIP

It is with great sadness, and a heavy heart, that I have to inform our members and fellow Chelsea supporters, that our Chairperson and great friend, Trizia Fiorellino passed away on Tuesday evening after a short illness. I first met Trizia around 20 years ago at an Old Boys game in Mitcham and we soon […]

Chelsea Terrace Talk – Irish Examiner Article By Trizia

I remember seeing a clip once of Harry Redknapp having some sort of open forum with a large room full of West Ham fans. The atmosphere wasn’t particularly cordial, and the fans were bemoaning the fact that a very young Frank Lampard (who was also in attendance) had been bought on in a game ahead […]

Chelsea Terrace Talk – Irish Examiner Article By Trizia

There are a lot of decisions to be made in the next month or so. Chief amongst those is whether the manager is going to continue to try and implement “Sarri-ball” (for want of a better term) with a group of players who on the whole do not suit this system. It’s akin to hammering […]

Chelsea Terrace Talk – Irish Examiner Article By Trizia

They say that if you can’t be good, then you need to be lucky – well we have ridden our luck on a number of occasions this season, and Saturday was no exception. That luck which has helped us to achieve our current “unbeaten” status bizarrely may not actually be doing us many favours. It […]

Chelsea Terrace Talk – Irish Examiner Article By Trizia

The start of the season is usually a period of calm and happiness. All is possible, hopes are high, optimism is based on nothing other than one’s gut instinct that this could be our year. This is because on the whole, football fans are an optimistic bunch no matter what kind of evidence that should […]

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