Former England cricket captain - and Chelsea fan - Alec Stewart interviews Blues legend John Hollins on this week's Sporting Heroes.
The iconic midfielder won the League Cup, FA Cup and Cup Winners' Cup during his time with the Stamford Bridge outfit, racking up over 600 appearances in all competitions during the course of two spells at the club, spanning the 1960s, '70s and '80s.
Stewart, England's most-capped Test player of all time and former Surrey star, will ask Hollins about his time with Chelsea and quiz him on:
MAKING THE GRADE: Hollins progressed through the youth ranks at Chelsea before making his debut against Swindon in September 1963 as a 17-year-old - but what was it like to pull on the famous blue shirt for the first time?
CUP COLLECTIONS: The midfielder went on to become Chelsea skipper and helped them to a League Cup win at the expense of Leicester City in 1965, an FA Cup final win over Leeds United in 1970 and a famous Cup Winners' Cup success over Real Madrid a year later. He'll reflect on those memorable moments on the show - and also discuss the disappointment of the FA Cup final defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in 1967, finishing League Cup runners-up in 1972 and missing the Cup Winners' Cup replay because of injury.
CITY SWITCH: Chelsea were relegated to the Second Division in 1974-75 and Hollins was sold to QPR before moving on to Arsenal in 1979, where he operated in defence. Stewart will ask him about the disappointment of dropping out of the top tier, moving to Chelsea's neighbours, finishing First Division runners-up with QPR in 1975-76, losing the Cup Winners' Cup Final with Arsenal in 1980 and his eventual return to the Blues in 1983.
COACHING CAREER: After retiring at the end of the 1983-84 season, Hollins took up a role as part of Chelsea's coaching staff and a year later became manager. After mounting a title challenge in 1985-86 and winning the Full Members Cup that year Hollins was sacked the following season and went on to coach Swansea City, Rochdale and Crawley Town, before his last role in charge of Weymouth in 2008. Stewart will ask him about his time in charge of those sides - and what life was like at the helm, rather than playing on the field.
Make sure you don't miss it.
Sporting Heroes: 9.30pm, Wed, Sky Sports 1 HD