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  • See Emily play

    See Emily play0

      It’s the smile that says it all. Sixteen-year-old youth striker Emily Murphy scored her first goal for Chelsea on a chilly Kingsmeadow pitch on (a night she’ll never forget) Wednesday January 15 2020, clinching the Blues’ 3-1 Conti Cup quarter-final win against Aston Villa. The teenager latched on to a loose ball in the

  • A hard-fought Blues cup win

    A hard-fought Blues cup win0

    The hearty hug of relief that Blues manager Emma Hayes gave Millie Bright at the end said it all! Chelsea were pushed every step of the way in an utterly absorbing and – at times – crazily frustrating Conti Cup quarter-final at a chilly Kingsmeadow on Wednesday night, but the Blues eventually triumphed 3-1 over

  • Plenty to smile about

    Plenty to smile about0

    Emma Hayes was beaming on Sunday, writes Jane Grove. The Chelsea manager was presented with a gleaming silver salver marking her 200th game in charge of the WSL team, and her smile became even wider after she was given roses by fans after the Blues’ 6-1 drubbing of opponents Bristol City in front of a

  • Nice one, sun

    Nice one, sun0

    A ferocious low winter sun made life difficult for both sides – and may have explained a couple of the goals in a free-scoring league match at Kingsmeadow – but Chelsea eventually crushed Bristol City 6-1 to tee up next weekend’s thriller, and potential league clincher, against Arsenal. Not that manager Emma Hayes would get

  • Blues go for six on the trot

    Blues go for six on the trot0

    The Blues go into Sunday’s clash with Bristol City with an impressive record of 23 wins in their last 30 Barclays FA Women’s Super League home games – and only two defeats in that time. Once again, manager Emma Hayes plans a two-up-front approach, with Beth England (pictured) alongside Aussie newcomer Sam Kerr. Sunday’s match

  • Their problem, my privilege

    Their problem, my privilege0

    Now that competition’s hotting up at Chelsea – especially in the role of striker – with the arrival of top-rated Aussie forward Sam Kerr, pictured, how will manager Emma Hayes cope with the battle for starting places? Hayes finds the question amusing, because the alternative (scratching around for someone to fill the No9 role) is

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