Sarri and Klopp patrol their areas during Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool Chelsea so nearly grabbed all three points against Liverpool in one of the most entertainingly end-to-end matches of recent months... but old boy Daniel Sturridge came on as a sub to score a wondergoal a minute from time to wipe out EdenREAD MORE
Returning after half-time in the Chelsea v Brighton game Chelsea Women went back to scoring ways after manager Emma Hayes introduced a more fluid formation to beat a gutsy, determined Brighton Women team at Kingsmeadow. The Blues had played out three successive goalless draws in the league before Brighton's visit on Sunday (SeptemberREAD MORE
Millie Bright, centre, warms up with the subs at Kingsmeadow at half-time in the 6-0 drubbing of Sarajevo The latest published stats from Opta, the number-crunching performance analyst which is regarded as gospel in the sport, place Chelsea’s central midfielder Millie Bright as top of the tree in the FA Women's Super League... forREAD MORE
Morrie Sarri talks up Chelsea's game ahead of the Liverpool match on Saturday A translator one side of him (though he barely needs one now) and a pink-shirted press officer the other, Morrie Sarri shared his thoughts on Eden Hazard, Liverpool and the universe ahead of Saturday's late-afternoon clash with Liverpool that could helpREAD MORE
Beth England sets up another attack down the left against Sarajevo Chelsea Women put six past Sarajevo in the Women's Champions League at Kingsmeadow to emphatically advance into the Round of 16. On a mild, moonlit evening they rediscovered the joy of scoring - an immense relief to manager Emma Hayes who, afterREAD MORE
Willian prepares to take a corner at the London Stadium against West Ham on September 23 The goals have dried up for Chelsea Women... and now the problem has spread to the men as well. While the Blues men were drawing 0-0 with West Ham at the London Stadium, the women were drawing 0-0READ MORE
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