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  • Ex-Blues puff, but lose

    Ex-Blues puff, but lose0

    The team managed by former Chelsea manager Matt Beard, captained by former Blue Gilly Flaherty and anchored by ex-Blue Claire Rafferty failed to win the SSE Women's FA Cup final because former Chelsea goalie Becky Spencer wasn't between the sticks. West Ham lost the cup final 3-0, despite holding the clear favourites for 52 minutes...READ MORE
  • Counterattack, says Eni

    Counterattack, says Eni0

    Counterattack! That's the simple advice of four time Women's FA Cup winner and ex-Blue Eni Aluko as underdogs West Ham prepare to face the might of overwhelming favourites Manchester City at Wembley this afternoon. Last year's record crowd for a club contest between women’s teams was set last year as 45,423 turned out to seeREAD MORE
  • Kids free at Wembley

    Kids free at Wembley0

    It should have been an all-London derby between Chelsea Women and West Ham United, says Blues manager Emma Hayes... but we are where we are, and Man City will face the Hammers at Wembley in the SSE Women's FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday afternoon, writes Jane Grove. Only a freak own goal byREAD MORE
  • No whitewash, no blue rinse

    No whitewash, no blue rinse0

    With everyone confidently predicting a one-sided whitewash - or possibly a blue rinse - from Manchester City against the Chelsea team they had thrashed 6-0 just a fortnight ago, this Carabao Cup Final was a surprise. A largely dull surprise, but still a surprise. That Chelsea held on for the whole of normal time andREAD MORE
  • VAR is the match winner

    VAR is the match winner0

    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
  • As effective as a wet wipe0

    Pride of London? After defeat by Spurs, the new banner at the Bridge looks ironic An inexplicably poor, at times cringeworthy, performance ended Chelsea’s unbeaten record and saw most Blues fans creeping back to Wembley Park early, rather than endure further gloating from Spurs supporters. Morrie Sarri has a task on his hands. Fulham, reformingREAD MORE
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