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Osgood and Hutch's Pub
The country pub that Chelsea legend Peter Osgood ran for a while
Location: The Union Inn, Crimp Hill, Windsor, SL4 2QY
Description: The Union Inn country pub has with magnificent views over the open countryside, and is close to the centre of Windsor.
Peter 'Ossie' Osgood was a legendary striker for Chelsea, scoring 150 goals and is the last player to score in every round of the FA Cup. He played for England 4 times.
After his career closed, in the early 1980s he ran this pub, the Union Inn, with his old strike partner Ian Hutchinson. Peter looks after the bar and I look after the catering side, said Hutchinson.
Raquel Welch, one of the greatest movie stars of the era once was photographed with a t-shirt pronouncing I scored with Osgood.