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  • At last, a win & clean sheet

    At last, a win & clean sheet0

    A first home win in the league felt good to Blues manager Frank Lampard... but just as good was that clean sheet. Whether Chelsea have found their ideal back line after Saturday afternoon's 2-0 victory over Brighton remains debatable, but the relief was there for all to see as the defence left the pitch withREAD MORE
  • The garden where Charles is king

    The garden where Charles is king0

    I’m at the gate, passport and tickets in hand, phone switched to silent and ready to pass through security. After months of waiting, I’m at the Prince of Wales’ estate at Highgrove and excited to see what he has created on a 15-acre site which was once a chemical dumping ground. The prince has a

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  • 7-1, now bring on Utd

    7-1, now bring on Utd0

    Every single player was changed for Chelsea's League Cup clash with Grimsby Town on Wednesday night, and Mariners manager Michael Jolley must have been scratching his head about some of the names that appeared on the Blues' side of the teamsheet (shown below). But the even-younger youngsters - the second tier of hopefuls now comingREAD MORE
  • England for England again

    England for England again0

    She's back in the England squad! In-form striker Beth England is one of the four Chelsea players named by Phil Neville in the Lionesses squad to face Brazil and Portugal. England hopes to start at home to Brazil and away to Portugal on, respectively, October 5 and 8. Also named in the squad, goalie CarlyREAD MORE
  • Hazard’s strange cameo role

    Hazard’s strange cameo role0

    It looked like we'd stepped back in time at the start of Chelsea's hard-fought, and ultimately frustrating, clash with Liverpool on Sunday September 22 at the Bridge when the wrong giant banner was wheeled out to be manhandled across the Matthew Harding lower tier ahead of kick-off. It saluted Eden Hazard - the player whoseREAD MORE
  • Blues earn cup win over Irons

    Blues earn cup win over Irons0

    Chelsea manage Emma Hayes and central defenders Millie Bright and Magda Eriksson discuss tactics ahead of the Conti Cup clash with West Ham at Kingsmeadow... a conversation which ultimately paid dividends as the Blues finished as victors. However, it was anything but convincing in a soporific goalless first half under leaden skies that seemed toREAD MORE
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