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  • Blues to face Villa in cup

    Blues to face Villa in cup0

    There’s an 8pm kick-off at Kingsmeadow, under the lights, when Chelsea host Aston Villa on Wednesday January 15 in the quarter-finals of the FA Women’s Continental League Cup, writes Jane Grove. The match is one of four all staged that evening, building up to the final on Saturday February 29. Holders Man City face Sheffield

  • I’ve got the muddy blues

    I’ve got the muddy blues0

    A furious Emma Hayes questioned whether the weekend match up at Liverpool should have been played at all, because of the state of the muddy pitch. In the end Chelsea’s winning streak came to a sudden and unexpected end with a 1-1 draw against lowly Liverpool… and Reds manager Vicky Jepson appeared to back up

  • Blues end 2019 at Liverpool

    Blues end 2019 at Liverpool0

    When Liverpool visit Kingsmeadow in May it will be the final league game of the season and could determine the destination of the Women’s Super League trophy… but this weekend sees the Blues’ make the trek north for the away clash between the teams, to face the Reds at Prenton Park. They’ll be keeping their

  • Jamie-Lee joins the Blues

    Jamie-Lee joins the Blues0

    Erin Cuthbert’s will not be the only Scottish accent in the Chelsea dressing room from Christmas. Chelsea Women have signed Jamie-Lee Napier from Hibernian Ladies, writes Jane Grove. The talented 19-year-old, who plays at left back or as a winger, and who is also a prolific goal scorer, is expected to make her debut against

  • Blues outclassed by Royals

    Blues outclassed by Royals0

    As Chelsea Women warmed up in the freezing night air in their customary blur of bodies at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow on the night before the election, they were confident of a cup win against Reading, writes Jane Grove. But the Royals had other ideas. They flew at Chelsea, denying the home side the space

  • The Comeback Queens

    The Comeback Queens0

    In one of the most impressive comebacks seen at Kingsmeadow for a long while, Chelsea Women turned defeat into victory in the space of three breathless minutes to beat Manchester City and maintain their Women’s Super League title tilt. The game looked up just before the hour mark when Caroline Weir lashed a ferocious left-foot

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