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|Full Name||Charles Richard Thomson|
|Date of Birth||2 March 1930|
|Place of Birth||Perth, Scotland|
|Debut||26 December 1952|
|Games (goals)||59 (0)|
|Other clubs|| Clyde|
Charlie "Chic" Thomson (2 March 1930 – 6 January 2009) was a Scottish goalkeeper who played for Chelsea between 1952 and 1957, having signed from Clyde. He was a member of Chelsea's first league title-winning side in 1955.
Thomson began his career with Clyde, and one of his first appearances for the club came in the Scottish Cup against Rangers at Hampden Park, though his side lost 4-1. He stayed with the club until October 1952, when he became one of the first signings of new Chelsea manager, Ted Drake.
Thomson was a member of Chelsea's 1954-55 league title-winning side, playing in the final 16 games of the run-in, including the title decider against Chelsea's main rivals, Wolverhampton Wanderers, during which he made a crucial last-minute save to secure a 1-0 win.
Two years later, he was a member of Forest's FA Cup-winning team, helping preserve their 2-1 lead over Luton Town in the final minutes at Wembley. He remained at Forest until 1961, making 136 appearances, and joined lower league side, Valley Sports, where he ended his career. He died on 6 January 2009 in Nottingham. 
- Nottingham Forest
- FA Cup: 1959