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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

  • Catapult to glory

    Catapult to glory0

    Could Chelsea use a throw-in specialist? In the recent Chelsea Women v Manchester City Women clash at Kingsmeadow, City’s second sub proved to be a near-deadly secret weapon. Caroline Weir had put the light blues ahead on 59 minutes, hammering home Keira Walsh’s long looping cross, before Chelsea responded with two quick-fire goals with barely

  • Blues outclassed by Royals

    Blues outclassed by Royals0

    As Chelsea Women warmed up in the freezing night air in their customary blur of bodies at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow on the night before the election, they were confident of a cup win against Reading, writes Jane Grove. But the Royals had other ideas. They flew at Chelsea, denying the home side the space

  • Emma’s strictly confidential

    Emma’s strictly confidential0

    Blues manager Emma Hayes - pictured lapping up the fans' adulation after defeating the Gunners - is keeping her tactical secrets to herself, rather than telegraphing them to other coaches. She refused to reveal the precise instructions she gave her team at half-time in the London derby against Arsenal, who bounced back from their weekendREAD MORE
  • Erin’s the one to fear

    Erin’s the one to fear0

    She's growing up quickly. A few days after the Women's World Cup in France ends, Erin Cuthbert gets the key of the door. The mighty atom of Chelsea Women's attacking line turns 21 next month... and she's the threat that the Lionesses fear as kick-off approaches in the England v Scotland game at 5pm LondonREAD MORE
  • A fighting chance!

    A fighting chance!0

    A stonking second half for Chelsea Women in Lyon gave the Blues a platform to build on in the eagerly awaited second leg of the Champions League semi-final at Kingsmeadow in a week's time. Although Chelsea are 2-1 down from the first leg in France, there were hugely encouraging signs for manager Emma Hayes, andREAD MORE
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