Blues manager Emma Hayes - pictured lapping up the fans' adulation after defeating the Gunners - is keeping her tactical secrets to herself, rather than telegraphing them to other coaches. She refused to reveal the precise instructions she gave her team at half-time in the London derby against Arsenal, who bounced back from their weekendREAD MORE
Ending Arsenal's unbeaten league run stretching back nearly 10 months was one of the most satisfying moments in Blues gaffer Emma Hayes' career to date, but she still feels her side have more to give. A strangely subdued first half against the Gunners at a boisterous Kingsmeadow, in which Chelsea fell behind to a DanniREAD MORE
Beth England got the fifth goal as Chelsea beat Yeovil Chelsea Women put five past Yeovil Town on a sunny, but chilly, afternoon at Kingsmeadow, with five different players on the scoresheet. They now advance to third in the table. Yeovil's already tough task (the Somerset side have now lost seven times in the Women'sREAD MORE
The Swiss miss Ramona Bachmann scored a double to keep the Blues' league recovery on track after the early-season string of disappointing draws, making the player with Chelsea Women's favourite individual song the toast of the fans. She replaced Ji So-Yun in the starting line-up against the Hammers - Emma Hayes' only change from theREAD MORE
Ramona Bachmann leads the Chelsea Women off the pitch after a warm-up She's the most likely player to break Chelsea Women's goalless run when the Blues travel to Liverpool to face Everton Ladies at the Merseyrail community stadium on Sunday afternoon. Ramona Bachmann tops the official FA Women's Super League statistics for shots onREAD MORE
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