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  • Different trajectories

    Different trajectories0

    Chelsea like to boast of being a family of teams with shared values. But on current form, the men and women are on different trajectories. The men are stuttering. After dominating proceedings at St James’ Park, they lost to an injury-time goal from Newcastle and returned to London empty-handed. The women also headed to the

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  • Is it off to the Bridge again?

    Is it off to the Bridge again?0

    Could Chelsea Women v Manchester United Women be the second fixture in the Women's Super League to be switched from Kingsmeadow to Stamford Bridge? The Blues' management and marketing teams are currently in discussion about whether to stage the tie at Kingsmeadow (with a 5,000 full house), or move it to SW6 and go all-outREAD MORE
  • Hayes focuses her team

    Hayes focuses her team0

    Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes has one of the toughest tasks on her hands over the next few days - keeping her squad focused and fighting for the final two league games of what has been a bittersweet season. The fact that, in the great scheme of things, the matches are almost meaningless in termsREAD MORE
  • Bring your earplugs!

    Bring your earplugs!0

    "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
  • Bring on the Brummies

    Bring on the Brummies0

    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
  • Arsenal whitewash Chelsea0

    As Arsenal Women walked across to applaud their travelling supporters after a 5-0 whitewash of champions Chelsea, the Blues were left to reflect on a defeat which was humiliating and comprehensive. Kingsmeadow had never witnessed such a league drubbing of the women's team, but manager Emma Hayes and captain-for-the-day Millie Bright know they have toREAD MORE
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