Another four Clubs were visited on Day Five of the Carabao Cup Trophy Relay, as Chris Kamara and Darren Farley arrived in the capital ahead of Sunday’s Wembley showpiece.
Just two Clubs remain, one of which is Sunday’s finalist Arsenal, with North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur completing the tour tomorrow.
An early start at Swansea City’s Fairwood Training Ground began the day, with the Swans’ 2013 winning defender Angel Rangel meeting Kammy and Darren.
The experienced Spanish defender first joined the Welsh outfit from Third Division Spanish side Terrassa in 2007, and was in good spirits as he relived the finest day in Swansea’s history to date.
From Wales to Wiltshire, with Swindon Town the next stop on Day Five. The Robins’ legendary winger Don Rogers was at the County Ground to celebrate their triumph in 1969.
Over 400 appearances across two spells with the Club, Rogers formed a memorable partnership on the left-hand side with John Trollope to earn his legendary status, even 49 years after that EFL Cup triumph.
The final two stops came in the capital, as Kammy and Darren headed to the 1967 winners, Queens Park Rangers, before the short trip across London to the home of the Premier League Champions, Chelsea.
There to meet the duo was none other than Stamford the Lion, the Clubs official mascot, to round off another day on the relay as we edge closer to the Carabao Cup Final.
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