Chas was also at Wembley for English football’s greatest moment of all: the 1966 World Cup final triumph over West Germany.
“My ticket was a 10-bob note!” he laughs.
“Turnstile 43, jumping over the top… in you went. It was quite common in those days!
“Going down on the coach, all the blokes had these wooden crates with bottles of beer in. Then they took all the empty bottles out and carried the crates in [to the stadium]… I thought: what’s that for? I ended up standing on one of these crates, with all the rivers of pee coming underneath me from behind! They were funny days, they really were.”