Although it was yet another clean sheet that most satisfied manager Emma Hayes, it was Chelsea Women's goals - and notably Fran Kirby's return to scoring ways - that brought most warmth to the 973 hardy fans braving freezing temperatures at Kingsmeadow as the Blues pushed Reading aside in the quarter-final of the Conti Cup.READ MORE
Emma Hayes at Chelsea v Brighton, August 19 2018 with three-month-old Harry Cradling her little son Harry, who is now three months, Chelsea Women manager Emma Hayes admitted that the 3-1 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion had been every bit as tough as she had anticipated at a sultry Kingsmeadow. Her opposite number,READ MORE
There's no stopping her. Chelsea Ladies' nippiest forward, Fran Kirby, claimed the match ball after scoring a hat-trick in the Blues' 5-1 defeat of Liverpool in the Conti Cup, in front of 1,161 hardy souls braving the cold winds and incessant rain. Tomorrow (Monday) Chelsea will discover who they will meet in the semi-final ofREAD MORE
Chelsea Ladies go into Sunday’s cruncher against table-topping Manchester City knowing the clubs have avoided each other in the quarter-final draw of the Conti Cup. Following their comfortable wins against Yeovil Town and Spurs this week, Chelsea have been drawn at home to Liverpool in the last eight of this season’s FA WSL Continental TyresREAD MORE
Early arrivals for Chelsea's Conti Cup clash with Spurs on Wednesday night were treated to the surreal spectacle of Stamford the Lion - the Blues' mascot - trying his best not to get ink on his fur as he signed the book of congratulation to Claire Rafferty, one of the club's most loyal servants. SheREAD MORE
A goalfest against Yeovil Town at Kingsmeadow, as Chelsea Ladies continue to push for a quarter-final place in the Conti Cup, was overshadowed by a nasty injury to striker Eni Aluko. With 23 minutes played, and the score at 2-0 thanks to a fine shot from Crystal Dunn (teed up by Aluko) and an ownREAD MORE
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