2000 FA Charity Shield

The 2000 FA Charity Shield (also known as The One 2 One FA Charity Shield for sponsorship reasons) was the 78th FA Charity Shield, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's Premier League and FA Cup competitions. The match was played between Manchester United, who won the 1999–2000 Premier League, and Chelsea, who won the 1999–2000 FA Cup, and resulted in a 2–0 Chelsea win. The goals were scored by Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Mario Melchiot. Roy Keane was sent off for a challenge on Gustavo Poyet and was the last person to be sent off at the old Wembley Stadium.

Chelsea club record signing Hasselbaink was on the scoresheet on his Chelsea debut, scoring after a flick-on from Poyet which deflected in off Jaap Stam. Melchiot got the second in the 73rd minute, hitting a low, left-footed shot past Fabien Barthez. Also making their debuts for Chelsea were new signings Mario Stanić and Eiður Guðjohnsen. Goalkeeper Fabien Barthez was Manchester United's only debutant in the game.[1]

2000 FA Charity Shield
Programme of the 2000 Charity Shield - Chelsea Vs Man Utd
The match programme cover
Chelsea Manchester United
2 0
Date13 August 2000
VenueWembley Stadium, London
RefereeMike Riley (West Yorkshire)

Match details

Chelsea2–0Manchester United
Hasselbaink Goal 22'
Melchiot Goal 73'
Manchester United
GK 1 Netherlands Ed de Goey
RB 15 Netherlands Mario Melchiot
CB 5 France Frank Leboeuf
CB 6 France Marcel Desailly
LB 3 Nigeria Celestine Babayaro
RM 12 Croatia Mario Stanić
CM 16 Italy Roberto Di Matteo Substituted off 70'
CM 11 England Dennis Wise (c)
LM 8 Uruguay Gustavo Poyet Substituted off 77'
CF 9 Netherlands Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
CF 25 Italy Gianfranco Zola Substituted off 73'
GK 23 Italy Carlo Cudicini
DF 14 England Graeme Le Saux Substituted in 77'
DF 21 France Bernard Lambourde
MF 18 Italy Gabriele Ambrosetti
MF 20 England Jody Morris Substituted in 70'
FW 19 Norway Tore André Flo
FW 22 Iceland Eiður Guðjohnsen Substituted in 73'
Italy Gianluca Vialli
Chelsea vs Man Utd 2000-08-13
GK 1 France Fabien Barthez
RB 2 England Gary Neville
CB 5 Norway Ronny Johnsen
CB 27 France Mikaël Silvestre Substituted off 19'
LB 3 Republic of Ireland Denis Irwin
RM 7 England David Beckham
CM 16 Republic of Ireland Roy Keane (c) Red card 62'
CM 18 England Paul Scholes Yellow card 81'
LM 11 Wales Ryan Giggs Substituted off 78'
CF 20 Norway Ole Gunnar Solskjær Substituted off 70'
CF 10 England Teddy Sheringham Substituted off 70'
GK 17 Netherlands Raimond van der Gouw
DF 6 Netherlands Jaap Stam Substituted in 19'
DF 12 England Phil Neville
MF 8 England Nicky Butt
MF 25 South Africa Quinton Fortune Substituted in 78'
FW 9 England Andy Cole Substituted in 70'
FW 19 Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke Substituted in 70'
Scotland Sir Alex Ferguson

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of six substitutions.

See also


  1. ^ "Keane sees red as Chelsea triumph". BBC Sport. 13 August 2000. Retrieved 18 November 2008.
Bolton Wanderers F.C.

Bolton Wanderers Football Club ( (listen)) is a professional football club in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, which competes in EFL League One, the third tier of English football.

Formed as Christ Church Football Club in 1874, it adopted its current name in 1877 and was a founder member of the Football League in 1888. Bolton have spent more seasons than any other club in the top flight without winning the title. They finished third in the First Division in 1891–92, 1920–21 and 1924–25.

Bolton won three FA Cups in the 1920s, and a fourth in 1958. The club spent a season in the Fourth Division in 1987-88 before regaining top-flight status in 1995 and qualifying for the UEFA Cup twice, reaching the last 32 in 2005–06 and the last 16 in 2007–08.

The club played at Burnden Park for 102 years from 1895. On 9 March 1946, 33 Bolton fans lost their lives in the Burnden Park disaster when a human crush occurred. In 1997, Bolton moved to the Reebok Stadium, renamed the Macron Stadium in 2014 and University of Bolton Stadium in 2018.

Dennis Wise

Dennis Frank Wise (born 16 December 1966) is an English former football player and manager, and former Executive Director of Football at Newcastle United.

Wise played as a central midfielder. In a career spanning over 20 years, he played for Wimbledon, Leicester City, Millwall, Southampton, Coventry City and, most notably, Chelsea. During his time at Stamford Bridge, Wise won two FA Cups, a League Cup and a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, becoming the club's most successful captain, although this has since been overtaken by John Terry.He also played at international level for much of his career, representing England over a period of ten years. Wise won 21 caps and scored once, on his debut against Turkey on 1 May 1991. He was in the national squad for Euro 2000 and played in group games against Germany (won 1–0) and Romania (lost 2–3).In the latter years of his playing career, Wise gradually became involved in the managerial aspects of the game, starting at Millwall, where he took on the role of player-manager, taking them to the FA Cup final and European football for the first time ever. He was briefly caretaker manager at Southampton, following the departure of Harry Redknapp, before he took over the reins at Swindon Town on a permanent basis. In October 2006, he was appointed manager of the then-Championship side Leeds United, who found themselves in the relegation zone. Although they were ultimately relegated, Wise reshaped his side in the close season and Leeds made an excellent start to their first season in the third tier of English football.

In a surprise career move, despite their strong position and likelihood of promotion, Wise left Leeds in January 2008 to join the newly reshaped management team at Newcastle United in an executive role, tasked with travelling around Europe and further afield identifying young players and developing the academy. Wise left Newcastle on 1 April 2009. Following the situation that led to his departure, Wise admitted "It has all had a damaging effect on my career".

Ed de Goey

Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈeːdyɑrt frɑnˈsɪskʏs ɛd də ɣui], anglicised to de Goey; born 20 December 1966) is a Dutch former football goalkeeper. In a 20-year career, he played for Sparta Rotterdam, Feyenoord, Chelsea and Stoke City.

Eiður Guðjohnsen

Eiður Smári Guðjohnsen (spelt Eidur Gudjohnsen in English sources; born 15 September 1978) is an Icelandic former professional footballer who played as a forward. He is currently the assistant manager of the Iceland national under-21 football team.

Gudjohnsen is the son of Arnór Guðjohnsen, who was also an Icelandic international footballer. He played for English Premier League club Chelsea and Barcelona of Spain, and had two spells at Bolton Wanderers fourteen years apart. He also had spells in Iceland, the Netherlands, France, Greece, Belgium, China and Norway in a club career lasting 22 years.

He made his full international debut for Iceland as a substitute for his father in 1996, and is the nation's top scorer of all time with 26 international goals in 88 caps between 1996 and 2016. He was the captain of the Iceland national team until manager Ólafur Jóhannesson took over the team. He was part of their squad that reached the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro 2016, their first major tournament.

Gus Poyet

Gustavo Augusto "Gus" Poyet Domínguez (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈɡus poˈʝet]; born 15 November 1967) is a Uruguayan former footballer. He was most recently the manager of Ligue 1 side Bordeaux.

Poyet played as a midfielder and began his career with short spells at Grenoble and River Plate. He then spent seven years at Real Zaragoza, with whom he won the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. In 1997, Poyet moved to Chelsea on a free transfer and helped the club win the FA Cup and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. In 2001, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur, where he saw out the remainder of his career. He was also part of the Uruguay side which won the 1995 Copa América.

After his playing career ended, Poyet moved into coaching. He served as assistant manager to Dennis Wise at Swindon Town and Leeds United, and Juande Ramos at Tottenham Hotspur. In November 2009, Poyet was appointed manager of Brighton & Hove Albion and in his first full season led the club to promotion as League One Champions, for which he was named League One Manager of the Year by the LMA. In October 2013 he was hired by Premier League team Sunderland and guided them to the League Cup Final in his first season, but was sacked in March 2015 after a poor run of results. After short spells at Superleague Greece side AEK Athens, La Liga club Real Betis, and Chinese Super League team Shanghai Shenhua, he took over Bordeaux in 2018.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Jerrel "Jimmy" Floyd Hasselbaink (born 27 March 1972) is a Dutch former professional footballer and current manager.

A forward, he began his career with Telstar and AZ, before leaving the Netherlands for Portuguese club Campomaiorense in August 1995. He joined Boavista the following year, and won the Taça de Portugal with the club in 1997. Later that year he was signed by English side Leeds United for a £2 million fee, and went on to win the Premier League Golden Boot award in 1998–99. He was sold on to Spanish club Atlético Madrid for £10 million in 1999, and reached the final of the Copa del Rey with Atlético despite the club also suffering relegation from La Liga.

Hasselbaink returned to the Premier League with Chelsea for a club record £15 million fee in May 2000. He scored 23 league goals in his first season, which earned him a second Premier League Golden Boot. He also played in the 2002 FA Cup Final and made a career high second-place league finish in 2003–04. He moved to Middlesbrough on a free transfer in July 2004, and played in the final of the UEFA Cup in 2006. He signed with Charlton Athletic in July 2006, before joining Cardiff City in August 2007. He played on the losing side in the 2008 FA Cup Final before retiring. He also scored nine goals in 23 matches in a four-year international career for the Netherlands national team, and appeared at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

In May 2013 he was appointed manager of Royal Antwerp in the Belgian Second Division, where he stayed for one season. In November 2014, he was hired by Burton Albion, and in his first season he led them to their first ever promotion to League One as champions of League Two. In December 2015, he was appointed manager of Queens Park Rangers in the Championship, and lasted 11 months in the job until he was dismissed in November 2016. From September 2017 to April 2018 he managed League One club Northampton Town.

List of Chelsea F.C. managers

The first manager of Chelsea Football Club was John Tait Robertson, appointed in 1905. Frank Lampard was appointed Manager in July 2019, following Maurizio Sarri‘s departure from the club. Chelsea have had 28 permanent managers (of whom four also served as player-manager), and nine short-term managers. Ron Suart and Roberto Di Matteo have served as both short-term manager and permanent manager.

Chelsea's first ever manager was Scottish wing-half John Tait Robertson, who continued to play for the club until he resigned a year later. David Calderhead is Chelsea's longest-serving manager, holding the position from 1907–33, spanning 966 matches. Chelsea's shortest reigning permanent manager is Danny Blanchflower, who was in charge for 32 games. Statistically Chelsea's least successful manager is also Blanchflower, who won just 16% of his 32 matches in charge.

The first manager under whom Chelsea won a major trophy was Ted Drake, who guided the club to the league championship in the 1954–55 season. Tommy Docherty, Dave Sexton, Ruud Gullit, Gianluca Vialli, José Mourinho, Guus Hiddink, Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Di Matteo, Rafael Benítez, Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri have also won major trophies with the club.

Drake led Chelsea to its first league title in 1955, while Sexton managed the club to their first European honour, a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup triumph in 1971 and Vialli guided Chelsea to win the 1998 UEFA Super Cup. Mourinho has won the most domestic titles, whereas Ancelotti led Chelsea to their first league and FA Cup "Double". Di Matteo won the first UEFA Champions League for Chelsea in 2012. A year after, Benítez led the club to win the UEFA Europa League, becoming the first club to hold two major European titles simultaneously and one of five clubs, and the first British club, to have won all three of UEFA's major club competitions.

Marcel Desailly

Marcel Desailly (born Odenke Abbey, French pronunciation: ​[maʁsɛl dəsɑji]; born 7 September 1968) is a retired French footballer, who played as a centre back or defensive midfielder and was a member of the France international squads that won the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000. During a successful career at club level, lasting from 1986 to 2006, Desailly won UEFA Champions League medals with both Marseille and Milan, and also played for Nantes and Chelsea, among others.

Mario Melchiot

Mario Deno Patrik Melchiot (born 4 November 1976) is a retired Dutch footballer who played as a defender. He played both as a right-back and as a central defender, and also occasionally played in midfield.

Tore André Flo

Tore André Flo (born 15 June 1973) is a retired Norwegian football striker and youth coach. He was capped 76 times, scoring 23 goals for Norway, and represented his country in 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000, and scored Norway's first goal when Norway won 2–1 against Brazil and advanced to the second round of the 1998 World Cup.

During his professional career, he played for Sogndal, Tromsø and Brann in Tippeligaen, before he moved abroad and played for Chelsea. After a successful spell with the English club, he was sold to Rangers for £12 million and became the most expensive Norwegian player. Flo later had spells at Sunderland, Siena, Vålerenga and Leeds United before he announced his retirement in March 2008. He later made two comebacks; for Milton Keynes Dons in November 2008 and the Norwegian club Sogndal in March 2011. In August 2012 he announced his retirement for the third time. He subsequently rejoined Chelsea and is currently a member of their coaching staff.

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