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To mark 100 issues of Chelsea magazine, fans are voting for their Top 10 Blues of all time. My selection. #cfc100
1 - Frank Lampard (565 appearances, 188 goals)
Redefined expectations of what a midfielder could do. The powerhouse behind the most successful period on Chelsea's history, and captain of our Champions League-winning side. Probably the most prolific midfield goalscorer we'll ever see.
2 - John Terry (552 appearances, 49 goals)
Captain, leader, legend – says it all. Once the greatest defender on earth. Solid, physically and emotionally: at his best worth two or three players on the pitch through his winning influence alone.
3 - Didier Drogba (341 appearances, 157 goals)
It is often said players don't win trophies, teams do. But it is difficult square that with what Drogba achieved at Chelsea. Scored nine goals in finals: 10 if you include the penalty which brought our greatest ever moment this May.
4 - Peter Osgood (380 appearances, 150 goals)
Poster boy of the side which lifted the 1970 FA Cup (he scored in every round – the last man to do so). A mainstay for 10 seasons, and one of the greats who got a generation of fans hooked on the club.
5 - Gianfranco Zola (312 appearances, 80 goals)
The Wizard, who could do things with a ball to make grown men gasp. In terms of pure skill: Chelsea's greatest ever. No man has made a quicker and more significant impact on Chelsea history than Zola did in the 1998 European Cup Winners Cup final.
6 - Petr Cech (376 appearances)
Few men can say they have given more for this club. He deserves to be in this list on the basis of the injuries he has overcome alone. But add to that the calm assuredness that has established him as Chelsea's greatest ever goalkeeper.
7 - Ron Harris (795 appearances, 14 goals)
His record of almost 800 games for the Blues will never be broken. The epitome of English defensive steel.
8 - Roy Bentley (367 appearances, 150 goals)
One of only two men to lead Chelsea to the title of Champions of England.
9 - Bobby Tambling (370 appearances, 202 goals)
Many thought Jimmy Greaves was the greatest target-man of all time (some still do). But from his shadow emerged Chelsea's most prolific goalscorer.
10 - Dennis Wise (445 appearances, 75 goals)
Discounted as a thug at Wimbledon, buy grew into a midfield general at Stamford Bridge. An assured leader who set the tone for what was expected of Chelsea captain.
And sadly no room for Charlie Cooke, Ruud Gullit, Gianluca Vialli, Peter Bonnetti, Kerry Dixon or Claude Makelele. Vote for yours here: http://goo.gl/Uq7S5