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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

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  • How to beat Arsenal

    How to beat Arsenal0

    How can Chelsea defeat Arsenal in this weekend’s crunch fixture as the Blues travel to north London to contest what may prove to be the pivotal match of the 2019-20 WSL season? For manager Emma Hayes, the key is denying the other side a goal… with a firm belief that it will be impossible for

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  • The Comeback Queens

    The Comeback Queens0

    In one of the most impressive comebacks seen at Kingsmeadow for a long while, Chelsea Women turned defeat into victory in the space of three breathless minutes to beat Manchester City and maintain their Women’s Super League title tilt. The game looked up just before the hour mark when Caroline Weir lashed a ferocious left-foot

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  • Give us a rest: Blues boss

    Give us a rest: Blues boss0

    The international break for men needs to be mirrored by the international break for women, says Blues manager Emma Hayes, criticising the authorities in women's football for not taking a more robust approach to fixture planning to protect players from injury by factoring in more recovery time. Hayes cited the case of Ji So YunREAD MORE
  • Paris here we come…

    Paris here we come…0

    Chelsea Women head to Paris tomorrow, taking an important 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Women's Champions League quarter-final against PSG and knowing that their destiny is in their hands, writes Jane Grove. "We'll approach the second leg with exactly the same vigour and quality we did in the first leg," said managerREAD MORE
  • One goal is enough for victory0

    Gemma Davison follows one-time teammate and goal scorer Ji So-Yun off the pitch at half-time Chelsea welcomed back popular former player Gemma Davison to Kingsmeadow, then held on to a single-goal lead until the final whistle to defeat visiting Reading on Sunday afternoon. It was Chelsea Women's fifth victory on the spin, and a seventhREAD MORE
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