HOW sad to hear of the passing of Albert Sewell, Chelsea fan, programme guru, statistician and, above all, a genuine football fan. Albert Sewell, in the late 1940s, initiated a magazine-style programme at Chelsea, the first club to change the way football communicated with its fans. Sewell’s trail-blazing publication was soon copied by all and sundry and Chelsea had an incredible record for selling a programme to almost everyone in the crowd, in an age when gates were booming. Throughout the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, Chelsea’s programme was among the very best, and it was the friendly, accessible style of Sewell that set the benchmark. Chelsea fans will remember the intro to many a season’s programme, “The Talk of Stamford Bridge”, a tag…