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  • Goal machine strikes again

    Goal machine strikes again0

    Chelsea's 24-year-old goal machine Fran Kirby was on target yet again for England, scoring another penalty during the Lionesses' 5-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Tuesday night. It almost certainly earns Fran a rest in Saturday's rearranged Conti Cup fixture against Yeovil Town Ladies at Kingsmeadow, a match brought forward to 6pm from its original SundayREAD MORE
  • Rotating like ballerinas

    Rotating like ballerinas0

    No time for signing autographs at the moment... the games are coming as thick and fast as snowflakes in Tromso. Chelsea fans in need of a serious dose of football have a bonanza on Saturday when the men take on Newcastle at lunchtime at the Bridge, and the ladies battle Yeovil five hours later. TonyREAD MORE
  • Ladies switch match date

    Ladies switch match date0

    Chelsea Ladies have brought the date of their Conti Tyres cup tie against Yeovil Town forward by a day, to Saturday December 2. The match now kicks off at Kingsmeadow at 6pm on Saturday, rather than lunchtime on Sunday. The reason? AFC Wimbledon, who groundshare with Chelsea Ladies, have had to shift their FA Cup gameREAD MORE
  • Three aways, three homes

    Three aways, three homes0

    Three away games on the trot, followed by three home matches at the Bridge. This topsy-turvy world is skewed by European fixtures as the Blues aim to follow up a thumping success at West Brom at the weekend with similar joy at those two outposts of football, Azerbaijan and Anfield. Hard to say which seemsREAD MORE
  • Emma is what we aspire to!

    Emma is what we aspire to!0

    If more women used Emma Hayes as a role model, there’d be a lot more female managers in football. That’s the assertion of England’s most-capped player, Rachel Yankey, the public face of a drive to increase the number of women gaining professional coaching badges. “Emma’s a really good friend of mine,” said Rachel, 38, whoseREAD 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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