She’s 81, she speaks her mind, and she describes herself as Erin Cuthbert’s “English nan”! Jean Thornton’s mobility scooter is bedecked with blue flags as the ardent Chelsea Women’s fan, who lives in a flat in Howard Road, Surbiton, recalls meeting the Chelsea striker over a cuppa at Kingsmeadow. “I was in the bar, andREAD MORE
In-form Karen Carney, the Chelsea Women captain, has been called up to the England squad after super Fran Kirby was forced to withdraw. Also in the Lionesses squad, which faces Austria away on November 8 and Sweden at home on Remembrance Sunday, is Man City's Mel Lawley, in as a replacement for her team-mate KeiraREAD MORE
The Swiss miss Ramona Bachmann scored a double to keep the Blues' league recovery on track after the early-season string of disappointing draws, making the player with Chelsea Women's favourite individual song the toast of the fans. She replaced Ji So-Yun in the starting line-up against the Hammers - Emma Hayes' only change from theREAD MORE
Chelsea's Ji So-Yun (pictured) has made more passes in the opposition half than any other FA WSL player this season, according to the latest batch of Opta statistics released by the Football Association. Her tally of 266 means that - despite not playing every match for the Blues - she is the reigning attacking passREAD MORE
Pint-sized marvel Fran Kirby scored a hat-trick as Chelsea Women breezed past Fiorentina in Italy with a stunning, goal-laden performance which shrieked a crystal-clear message. The goal drought is over, and the Blues are gunning for European glory this season... even if the domestic league is now beyond their grasp. Inspired by club captain KarenREAD MORE
Carly Telford, above, who kept a clean sheet against Liverpool for Chelsea Women at the weekend, is in Phil Neville's England squad for the forthcoming internationals. Uncapped Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck are also included as head coach Neville follows up on his commitment to giving young players opportunities to progressREAD MORE
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