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  • Chelsea draw feels like loss

    Chelsea draw feels like loss0

    The pivotal moment in this tense, all-action London derby at the Bridge between Chelsea and Arsenal. David Luiz, in his first time back at his former home as a Gooner, is sent off with less than half an hour on the clock. His rash challenge on striker Tammy Abraham meant that ref Stuart Attwell showed

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  • Captain Magda aims high

    Captain Magda aims high0

    “The first half was one of the best halves we’ve ever played,” said delighted Chelsea captain Magda Eriksson in the wake of the 4-1 victory against Arsenal at Borehamwood on Sunday. “It was really clinical; we scored from our chances early on in the game, and then we could just see the game out,” she

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  • Eleven dazzlers

    Eleven dazzlers0

    Playing into a low, ferocious sun that left Chelsea manager Emma Hayes with a headache, the Blues crushed the fight out of Arsenal in a 4-1 victory which the gaffer hailed as one of the best performances she can remember. Arsenal hadn’t been defeated at home in precisely a year. In fact, the last team

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  • Blues rout the Reds

    Blues rout the Reds0

    Four shots on target, four goals, four different scorers… and Sam Kerr’s first league goal on English soil. No wonder Emma Hayes was chuffed! The only strange thing about the 1-4 scoreline was that Arsenal scored at all; it was down to a very rare fumble by usually dependable keeper Ann-Katrin Berger. Otherwise, this was

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  • How to beat Arsenal

    How to beat Arsenal0

    How can Chelsea defeat Arsenal in this weekend’s crunch fixture as the Blues travel to north London to contest what may prove to be the pivotal match of the 2019-20 WSL season? For manager Emma Hayes, the key is denying the other side a goal… with a firm belief that it will be impossible for

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  • Happy Blue Year!

    Happy Blue Year!0

    The glum faces streaming away from the Emirates told their own story. With seven minutes remaining of Sunday’s London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea, the Gunners were comfortably in command. But when ref Craig Pawson blew the final whistle, it was Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2 – a last-gasp ambush that had manager Frank Lampard bear-hugging

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