This season is the breakthrough season for women's football, Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes believes as she looks forward to a groundbreaking opening tie against Spurs at the holy-of-holies, Stamford Bridge, on Sunday lunchtime. Completely sold out, the match will see Chelsea Women go toe-to-toe with newly promoted Tottenham Women at 12.30pm... a situation HayesREAD MORE
In a way, neither Chelsea nor Spurs triumphed in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final at Wembley on Tuesday evening. It was a win for VAR. The video referee determined what would happen in the 24th minute of this largely forgettable match which, oddly, the Blues edged in terms of play, but notREAD MORE
Early arrivals for Chelsea's Conti Cup clash with Spurs on Wednesday night were treated to the surreal spectacle of Stamford the Lion - the Blues' mascot - trying his best not to get ink on his fur as he signed the book of congratulation to Claire Rafferty, one of the club's most loyal servants. SheREAD MORE
Emma Hayes has been rewarded for her loyalty and success by being given a new contract through to 2021. It follows her firm refusal – despite speculation – to throw her hat into the ring for the vacant England coaching job. She is adamant that she wants to cement Chelsea Ladies’ position as the nation’sREAD MORE
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