Chelsea captain and Lioness Kaz Carney has decided to retire from football... at the top of her game, and with the spotlight still on her at the FIFA Women's World Cup. The midfielder from Surbiton will sign off after the Lionesses conclude their campaign against Sweden in Nice on Saturday. England manager Phil Neville isREAD MORE
"There are going to be clappers, whistles, drums, everything - it's going to be noisy," warned Blues captain Kaz Carney ahead of Sunday's showdown with Lyon, with the prize at stake being a place in the Champions League final. "I still think we've got a couple more gears in us," she added. "Making Kingsmeadow aREAD MORE
Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes believes the fans at Kingsmeadow are the best in the land, and that their support holds the key to the Blues knocking Lyon, the reigning European queens, out of this year's Champions League on Sunday. "I'm looking forward to a packed house on Sunday, with our loyal fanbase making itREAD MORE
Exactly what England manager Phil Neville was saying to Chelsea Women's gaffer Emma Hayes last week isn't known, but - despite the Blues' defeat to Man City in the Conti Cup semi - he will have been impressed by the endeavour and non-stop effort of the striker who attracts 'England for England' chants at everyREAD MORE
Chelsea Women face Birmingham at the weekend, determined to keep up the pressure at the top of the table, writes Jane Grove. And it's the stability of the current team that is the bedrock on which current form has been built. The latest Opta stats, just released, show that the Blues have made only two changesREAD MORE
Chelsea warm up ahead of their 7-0 trouncing of Yeovil, booking their place in the quarter-finals of the Conti Cup Chelsea achieved a resounding 7-0 Continental Cup victory over Yeovil Town at a damp Kingsmeadow on Wednesday night under the floodlights, a game illuminated by a Drew Spence double which included an unstoppable airborne header.READ MORE
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