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  • Beef up our league: Emma

    Beef up our league: Emma0

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has renewed her call to prioritise league matches over cup games, to help the women's game get a serious foothold in mainstream UK sport. Conscious that top-flight women's football can lose momentum if there aren't regular fixtures in the WSL, she took the opportunity after the 3-0 victory over Crystal PalaceREAD MORE
  • Anita’s injury concern

    Anita’s injury concern0

    The sigh of disappointment echoed across the creepily named Westminster Waste Stadium on Sunday as defender Anita Asante fell to the ground clutching her right thigh just four minutes into a match that had offered her the real prospect of cementing her place once again in the Blues' regular starting line-up. The Conti Cup tieREAD MORE
  • England expects…0

    Chelsea line up in yellow to play Crystal Palace       Pic: www.capitalfootball.co.uk   Beth England bagged a brace as Chelsea Women marched onwards in the Conti Cup, defeating Crystal Palace 4-0 at the weekend. It's a promising start to a hectic seven days, with another two away fixtures at Bristol and Everton to come...READ MORE
  • Princesses at the Palace0

    Emma Hayes shares her thoughts with Radio 5Live listeners   Chelsea Women take on Crystal Palace at Bromley on Sunday afternoon in the Continental Tyres League Cup fresh from a stunning European victory away to Sarajevo in Bosnia. Manager Emma Hayes will rotate the squad again, to keep key players rested ahead of a demandingREAD MORE
  • Bring on Barca and Leicester!

    Bring on Barca and Leicester!0

    Chelsea's 2-1 victory against stuttering Crystal Palace at the weekend was just the tonic the team needed ahead of the Champions League game at Barcelona in midweek, following defeats against the two Manchester sides. Olivier Giroud had an excellent game for the Blues on Saturday, and was desperately unlucky not to score - striking theREAD MORE
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