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  • Away to the Addicks

    Away to the Addicks0

    Chelsea Women have an intriguing away trip from south-west London to south-east to face Charlton Athletic in the 4th round of the Women’s FA Cup. Emma Hayes’ team will be travelling to face the Championship side at The Oakwood in Old Road, Crayford, Kent, on Sunday January 26… probably at 2pm, although the kick-off time

  • Sam’s start? Blame the flu!

    Sam’s start? Blame the flu!0

    It was an outbreak of flu that swept through Chelsea’s training ground at Cobham last week that led to Sam Kerr making her debut against Reading at the weekend, revealed the gaffer. Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, cradling her son Harry during the post-match touchline press conference after the 3-1 league win, said that so many

  • Sam inspires victory

    Sam inspires victory0

    New signing Sam Kerr made her debut for Chelsea in an exciting, end-to-end duel against Reading… but it was her effect on the rest of the Blues team that most pleased manager Emma Hayes. Playing alongside Beth England as part of a two-pronged Chelsea attack, Kerr made a good, workmanlike contribution to her first club

  • Aussie rules!

    Aussie rules!0

    The countdown to Sam Kerr’s debut for Chelsea Women has begun, and the new signing (who formally joined the Chelsea family on Friday December 27 after returning from Christmas with her own family Down Under) is expected to play a part for the Blues against Reading on Sunday lunchtime. It’s not expected to be a

  • Catapult to glory

    Catapult to glory0

    Could Chelsea use a throw-in specialist? In the recent Chelsea Women v Manchester City Women clash at Kingsmeadow, City’s second sub proved to be a near-deadly secret weapon. Caroline Weir had put the light blues ahead on 59 minutes, hammering home Keira Walsh’s long looping cross, before Chelsea responded with two quick-fire goals with barely

  • A quick heads up…

    A quick heads up…0

    When Chelsea Women travel north for their match at newly promoted Man Utd on Sunday February 9, the focus will undoubtedly be on the football… but with added meaning and significance as the women’s game joins forces with the Premier League in backing the Heads Up campaign, writes Jane Grove. Launched by The FA, and

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