She's one of the Lioness poster girls as England's women's team head to France at the start of the World Cup... Carly Telford now greets commuters using Kingston station, just down the road from the Blues' home ground of Kingsmeadow. The poster carries a message from Carly's family which reads: "Congratulations on being selected forREAD MORE
Chelsea keeper Carly Telford has joined the 7-up club - one of an elite group of four Women's Super League goalies to keep seven clean sheets this season. As Carly, who celebrates her 32nd birthday on the day of the Women's World Cup final, prepares to head to France with the rest of the LionessesREAD 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
Maria Thorisdottir hopes to start against Arsenal at Kingsmeadow The clean-sheet queens meet the in-form Gunners at Kingsmeadow on Sunday in what is already being described as a pivotal six-pointer. Arsenal go into the match more cocky than at any time in the past couple of seasons. They lead the WSL with maximum pointsREAD MORE
Keeper Carly Telford, pictured, is one of four Chelsea Women in the England squad for the forthcoming Women's World Cup match against Russia. It will be her 12th cap for her country, and she joins team-mates Fran Kirby, Millie Bright and Hannah Blundell making the trek to Moscow's Sapsan Arena for the match on FridayREAD MORE
Emma Hayes has been rewarded for her loyalty and success by being given a new contract through to 2021. It follows her firm refusal – despite speculation – to throw her hat into the ring for the vacant England coaching job. She is adamant that she wants to cement Chelsea Ladies’ position as the nation’sREAD MORE
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