Peter 'the cat' Bonetti made his Chelsea debut back in 1960, when in front of a packed Stamford Bridge he kept his first of many clean sheets in a 3-0 win against Manchester City.

Bonetti went on to make 600 league appearances for the Blues and 729 in total. 

Although unfairly remembered for his part in England's World Cup 1970 capitulation to West Germany - he replaced first choice keeper Gordon Banks at the last minute as England contrived to throw away a 2-0 lead, losing 3-2 - Bonetti was a quality shot-stopper who faced the constant challenge of top-class football during a period when goalkeeper protection was not at the forefront of a referee's mind.