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Erin close, but Europe’s over

Erin close, but Europe’s over

Sub Erin Cuthbert (pictured) came closest to scoring at the end of Chelsea Ladies' latest European adventure, but Wolfsburg keeper Almuth Schult was able to keep a clean sheet on the night in Germany as the Blues failed to claw back a 3-1 deficit from the home leg of the Women's Champions League semi-final. The continental

Sub Erin Cuthbert (pictured) came closest to scoring at the end of Chelsea Ladies’ latest European adventure, but Wolfsburg keeper Almuth Schult was able to keep a clean sheet on the night in Germany as the Blues failed to claw back a 3-1 deficit from the home leg of the Women’s Champions League semi-final.

The continental dream is over for another season, but everyone at Kingsmeadow is taking positives from an excellent run in the competition.

Now Chelsea Ladies are focusing all their energies on two trophies – league and FA Cup – after both Man City and the Blues fell short in Europe.

Chelsea face Arsenal Ladies at Wembley on Saturday, before a crucial home game at Kingsmeadow on the evening of Saturday May 12 against Sunderland, as they battle at the top of the Women’s Super League.

Manager Emma Hayes is now going to concentrate on impending motherhood, leaving Paul Green to mind the shop.

Wembley promises to be a glorious occasion. For all ticket news, visit: http://www.chelseafc.com/teams/chelsea-ladies/ticket-information.html
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