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  • Five shield Blues goal

    Five shield Blues goal0

    Cesc Fabregas's 50th goal for the Blues couldn't have been more timely as Chelsea took an early lead at Swansea, then clung on for the three points with often five at the back to protect Thibaut Courtois's goal from marauding Welshmen. Chelsea keep the pressure on Spurs, who can now feel the breath of theirREAD MORE
  • Flaming heck! Youth on fire!

    Flaming heck! Youth on fire!0

    There was a fiery welcome for the teams when they strolled out on the wet Stamford Bridge pitch on Friday night to fight the first leg of the 2018 FA Youth Cup final... and there were fireworks towards the end of the game as well, as the Blues managed to turn what might have beenREAD MORE
  • Lindsey’s the woman in black

    Lindsey’s the woman in black0

    Lindsey Robinson has been named as referee for the showpiece fixture in the women’s domestic calendar, the SSE Women's FA Cup Final, between Arsenal and Chelsea Ladies on Saturday May 5... one of four female officials on the day. She will be joined by assistant referees Stacey Pearson [Somerset FA] and Kirsty Dowle [Kent FA]READ MORE
  • It’s over to you, Paul

    It’s over to you, Paul0

    Emma Hayes, pictured right, will leave the honour of leading Chelsea Ladies out at Wembley to face Arsenal in the Women's FA Cup final to her deputy Paul Green as the game comes just a few weeks before she is due to produce twins. Paul, who has been at the club for five years andREAD MORE
  • It’s more fun in the sun

    It’s more fun in the sun0

    Chelsea have been allocated the sunny side of Wembley for the FA Cup final on royal wedding day - May 19. Fans will be able to bask in the late afternoon warmth on the east side of the stadium, while Manchester United supporters have to sit in the shade in the west. There's a 5.15pmREAD MORE
  • Hail Fran! A worthy winner

    Hail Fran! A worthy winner0

    It's an honour that is richly deserved for her inspirational performances over a long, tiring season, and it's no real surprise that she won it... but it's still a magnificent achievement to lift the PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year award. Hail Fran Kirby, a worthy winner. The Chelsea striker set off to London'sREAD MORE
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