Chelsea Career: 1983-92
Total Appearances: 420
Total Goals: 193
A true Chelsea legend, Kerry joined Chelsea in 1983 after spells at Chesham United, Dunstable and Reading.
He had a huge impact at Stamford Bridge, scoring two goals in his debut against Derby County and another 32 more throughout his first season. In fact, in his first two seasons with the Blues he scored a total of 70 goals in 101 games.
With 193 goals to his name, the England and Chelsea star is Chelsea's second highest goalscorer of all time, falling just behind Bobby Tambling. After an impressive 420 appearances for the Blues, Kerry left in 1992 and retired from football in 1997.
Following his playing days Kerry has stuck to his football roots by coaching non-league sides such as Boreham Wood, Letchworth and Hitchin Town.
He now runs a football school in Dunstable and coaches a successful youth team. Like fellow Old Boy Jason Cundy, Kerry often appears on Chelsea TV and has commentated on Chelsea matches for years.