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  • Captain Magda aims high

    Captain Magda aims high0

    “The first half was one of the best halves we’ve ever played,” said delighted Chelsea captain Magda Eriksson in the wake of the 4-1 victory against Arsenal at Borehamwood on Sunday. “It was really clinical; we scored from our chances early on in the game, and then we could just see the game out,” she

  • Freak own goal settles tie

    Freak own goal settles tie0

    The players of Chelsea Women are trying to restore team-mate and defender Magda Eriksson's self-confidence after her freak own goal in stoppage time dumped the Blues out of the Women’s FA Cup at Manchester's Academy stadium. It was a cruel end to a game that Chelsea had dominated, and denies the Blues another expedition toREAD MORE
  • Magda’s beautiful bicycle0

      Magda Eriksson discusses her bicycle technique   It's a goal she must have scored 1,000 times in her dreams... an overhead gem which Magda Eriksson rifled home against Liverpool to give Chelsea Women a morale-boosting victory ahead of their midweek Champions League trip to Italy. The defender met Erin Cuthbert's corner kick - oneREAD MORE
  • Simply invincible

    Simply invincible0

    They've done it! Chelsea Ladies will go down in history as one of the great invincible teams - getting through an entire league season without defeat. At Prenton Park, on the final day of a glorious title-winning campaign, they came back from the dead in one of the turnarounds of recent years. Losing 2-0 toREAD MORE
  • Magda to the rescue

    Magda to the rescue0

    Magda Eriksson rode to the rescue at Rossett Park when Chelsea Ladies made the trek to Everton on Wednesday night ahead of Sunday's crucial first-leg Champions League game against Wolfsburg. The 24-year-old Swede, capped more than 30 times for her country, may nominally be a defender, but she also loves getting forward when the gameREAD MORE
  • Still unbeaten after tough test

    Still unbeaten after tough test0

    A mistimed header from a player who has been one of the most consistent performers of the season proved that Chelsea Ladies are human after all. Spare a thought for Magda Eriksson, part of the three-woman defence who had – until the weekend’s foray to play Reading – been pivotal in maintaining clean sheets forREAD MORE
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