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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

  • Eleven dazzlers

    Eleven dazzlers0

    Playing into a low, ferocious sun that left Chelsea manager Emma Hayes with a headache, the Blues crushed the fight out of Arsenal in a 4-1 victory which the gaffer hailed as one of the best performances she can remember. Arsenal hadn’t been defeated at home in precisely a year. In fact, the last team

  • Blues rout the Reds

    Blues rout the Reds0

    Four shots on target, four goals, four different scorers… and Sam Kerr’s first league goal on English soil. No wonder Emma Hayes was chuffed! The only strange thing about the 1-4 scoreline was that Arsenal scored at all; it was down to a very rare fumble by usually dependable keeper Ann-Katrin Berger. Otherwise, this was

  • Their problem, my privilege

    Their problem, my privilege0

    Now that competition’s hotting up at Chelsea – especially in the role of striker – with the arrival of top-rated Aussie forward Sam Kerr, pictured, how will manager Emma Hayes cope with the battle for starting places? Hayes finds the question amusing, because the alternative (scratching around for someone to fill the No9 role) is

  • Sam’s start? Blame the flu!

    Sam’s start? Blame the flu!0

    It was an outbreak of flu that swept through Chelsea’s training ground at Cobham last week that led to Sam Kerr making her debut against Reading at the weekend, revealed the gaffer. Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, cradling her son Harry during the post-match touchline press conference after the 3-1 league win, said that so many

  • Sam inspires victory

    Sam inspires victory0

    New signing Sam Kerr made her debut for Chelsea in an exciting, end-to-end duel against Reading… but it was her effect on the rest of the Blues team that most pleased manager Emma Hayes. Playing alongside Beth England as part of a two-pronged Chelsea attack, Kerr made a good, workmanlike contribution to her first club

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