Chesterfield CEO John Croot has taken it to Twitter to thank Chelsea for offering their club a warm visit during their Saturday FA cup visit to Stamford Bridge, According to John, the club showed Chesterfield a lot of respect and professionalism throughout the memorable visit to the Capital.
John also went ahead to reveal that The Blues gave their academy players a whole day to remember as they allowed them to train together with Chelsea academy at the Cobham training ground where the facilities are of high standards, apart from the whole day training at Cobham, the club also allowed Chesterfield academy players to compete with Chelsea academy in various sports activities and that gave them a lot of exposure.
Finally John also revealed that Chelsea allowed their club to tour around Stamford Bridge and even opened the trophy cabinet for them, they took pictures with the trophies before settling down in the evening to watch their main team play against Chelsea in the FA cup. Apart from the academy, Croot also mentioned their 6000 fans who were treated with respect throughout the visit.
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