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  • I’ve got the muddy blues

    I’ve got the muddy blues0

    A furious Emma Hayes questioned whether the weekend match up at Liverpool should have been played at all, because of the state of the muddy pitch. In the end Chelsea’s winning streak came to a sudden and unexpected end with a 1-1 draw against lowly Liverpool… and Reds manager Vicky Jepson appeared to back up

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  • Blues end 2019 at Liverpool

    Blues end 2019 at Liverpool0

    When Liverpool visit Kingsmeadow in May it will be the final league game of the season and could determine the destination of the Women’s Super League trophy… but this weekend sees the Blues’ make the trek north for the away clash between the teams, to face the Reds at Prenton Park. They’ll be keeping their

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  • Hazard’s strange cameo role

    Hazard’s strange cameo role0

    It looked like we'd stepped back in time at the start of Chelsea's hard-fought, and ultimately frustrating, clash with Liverpool on Sunday September 22 at the Bridge when the wrong giant banner was wheeled out to be manhandled across the Matthew Harding lower tier ahead of kick-off. It saluted Eden Hazard - the player whoseREAD MORE
  • Liverpool are crushed

    Liverpool are crushed0

    It was a morale-boosting victory for new Blues manager Frank Lampard, watching from the stands. Andy Myers' Chelsea's U23 development squad beat Liverpool 3-0 at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, with Michy Batshuayi on form, scoring twice, and Tony Rudiger putting in a solid performance at centre back. It means that both are in contentionREAD MORE
  • A shattering experience

    A shattering experience0

    Super Fran Kirby, fresh from helping England conquer the world in the SheBelieves Cup, scored a hat-trick at Liverpool as Chelsea Women continued their effort to retain the Women's Super League title. Kirby opened the scoring in the 16th minute on Wednesday night at Prenton Park with a slick finish after a neat one-two with RamonaREAD MORE
  • Erin’s on target

    Erin’s on target0

    After the international break, which saw Chelsea's pocket superstar Erin Cuthbert hit the target as Scotland beat Iceland 4-1 in the Algarve Cup, the Blues have two away games in quick succession, writes Jane Grove. First up, Wednesday evening's clash with Liverpool in the WSL at Prenton Park, followed by the lunchtime kick-off against Durham inREAD MORE
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