In the land of windmills, tulips, clogs and round cheeses, Chelsea's young stars - terrified of nothing - showed just what good movers they are with one of the most fluent, fluid and fast-paced performances under Frank Lampard's exciting reign. This was Chelsea at their best as they went toe-to-toe with one of the mostREAD MORE
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has renewed her call to prioritise league matches over cup games, to help the women's game get a serious foothold in mainstream UK sport. Conscious that top-flight women's football can lose momentum if there aren't regular fixtures in the WSL, she took the opportunity after the 3-0 victory over Crystal PalaceREAD MORE
The sigh of disappointment echoed across the creepily named Westminster Waste Stadium on Sunday as defender Anita Asante fell to the ground clutching her right thigh just four minutes into a match that had offered her the real prospect of cementing her place once again in the Blues' regular starting line-up. The Conti Cup tieREAD MORE
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes celebrated her 43rd birthday with a victory in the cup competition she'd much rather not be in! Clutching a signed card from her players and staff as she left the Hayes Lane pitch after a 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace Women, the Blues boss was delighted with the outcome... but stillREAD MORE
Sometimes you win handsomely, sometimes you have to grind out a result. Chelsea's 1-0 win against Newcastle at the Bridge fell firmly into the second category. With Frank Lampard and 'Stephen Roger Bruce', as the teamsheet rather formally referred to the Magpies' manager, urging their sides on from the dugout after a goalless first half,READ MORE
The international break for men needs to be mirrored by the international break for women, says Blues manager Emma Hayes, criticising the authorities in women's football for not taking a more robust approach to fixture planning to protect players from injury by factoring in more recovery time. Hayes cited the case of Ji So YunREAD MORE
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