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  • Drought? What drought?0

    Pint-sized marvel Fran Kirby scored a hat-trick as Chelsea Women breezed past Fiorentina in Italy with a stunning, goal-laden performance which shrieked a crystal-clear message. The goal drought is over, and the Blues are gunning for European glory this season... even if the domestic league is now beyond their grasp. Inspired by club captain KarenREAD MORE
  • Carly’s in the England squad0

    Carly Telford, above, who kept a clean sheet against Liverpool for Chelsea Women at the weekend, is in Phil Neville's England squad for the forthcoming internationals. Uncapped Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck are also included as head coach Neville follows up on his commitment to giving young players opportunities to progressREAD MORE
  • What Katie did next…0

    Former Chelsea Women's captain, and now club ambassador, Katie Chapman has been on a mission to the Jordan/Syria border, to run football training sessions in a refugee camp. "We have a perception of refugees," said Katie. "I wanted to go and experience what life is really like for these people." In a three-day visit toREAD MORE
  • It’s clicking for Ross0

    Everything's clicking for Ross Barkley, a player transformed from the injury-prone 'maybe man' released by Everton in January this year for what now looks like a bargain £15million. Strong, keen and almost clairvoyant in his anticipation of moves, he looks a natural in Chelsea's squad... evidenced by his pivotal role in the Blues' overwhelming displayREAD MORE
  • Magda’s beautiful bicycle0

      Magda Eriksson discusses her bicycle technique   It's a goal she must have scored 1,000 times in her dreams... an overhead gem which Magda Eriksson rifled home against Liverpool to give Chelsea Women a morale-boosting victory ahead of their midweek Champions League trip to Italy. The defender met Erin Cuthbert's corner kick - oneREAD MORE
  • Ruben’s goals: easy as 1-2-30

    Morrie Sarri enjoys another Chelsea attack against FC BATE Borisov Starting only his second game of the season, as Chelsea's squad was given a thorough rotation, Ruben Loftus-Cheek emerged as the hat-trick hero in the Blues' latest Europa Cup outing against FC BATE Borisov, the champions of Belarus. The 22-year-old picked a floodlit European nightREAD MORE
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