Millie Bright’s power and ability to move Chelsea forward were missed by a team who lacked the answers to a gritty and determined performance by Birmingham City on Sunday, writes Jane Grove. The 5ft 10in defender, who had picked up a knock against Reading and who still hasn’t quite recovered, watched from the main standREAD MORE
Chelsea Women face Birmingham at the weekend, determined to keep up the pressure at the top of the table, writes Jane Grove. And it's the stability of the current team that is the bedrock on which current form has been built. The latest Opta stats, just released, show that the Blues have made only two changesREAD MORE
Chelsea Women's signing of another goalie - the fourth in the squad - is, at first glance, a conundrum. Everyone knows that manager Emma Hayes sets great store by her defence, and takes a ferocious pride in keeping clean sheets, but even she puffed out her cheeks and admitted the latest recruit's signing looks "crazy"READ MORE
Oh no, Bridget! Another 0-0 Well, you couldn't fault the effort. Chelsea fought and fought, but just couldn't get the goal they needed to beat Birmingham on Sunday. The result, at a sun-soaked Autotech stadium in Solihull, was yet another 0-0... while Arsenal and Man City continued to soar away in their respective matches, apparentlyREAD MORE
Jess Carter - a former PFA Women's Young Player of the Year - is set to challenge Millie Bright as Chelsea's right-back. Signed from Birmingham City on a three-year contract, the 20-year-old's arrival is seen as an important strengthening of the area that manager Emma Hayes holds most dear... defence. Hayes and Carter are pictured,READ MORE
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