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  • We were only 70%: Hayes

    We were only 70%: Hayes0

    It proved a frustrating afternoon for Chelsea Women as they faced London rivals West Ham at Kingsmeadow on the last day of March. Despite attack after attack the Blues were unable to break the Hammers' defence in the second half, and had to settle for a 1-1 draw. Manager Emma Hayes said afterwards that theREAD MORE
  • Fran could make history

    Fran could make history0

    If super Fran Kirby achieves a hat-trick for Chelsea Women against West Ham a Kingsmeadow on Sunday afternoon, she'll make history. For Fran - after scoring one goal in her previous 14 WSL appearances - has scored a hat-trick in her last two consecutive league games. If she manages another triple against the Hammers, she wouldREAD MORE
  • Magnifique!

    Magnifique!0

    Chelsea Women have reached the semis of the Champions League for the second year in succession after a magnificent late winner by Maren Mjelde in the French capital against Paris Saint-Germain. Just when it looked like the quarter-final second leg was going to extra time, after PSG had clawed back the two-goal advantage the BluesREAD MORE
  • Jess gets the England call

    Jess gets the England call0

    Chelsea Women defender Jess Carter has got the call to join the England U21 squad to take part in the upcoming La Manga Tournament. The 21-year-old, born in the West Midlands, signed for the Blues last summer from Birmingham City, is seen pictured right, leaving the Kingsmeadow pitch with Beth England after warming up forREAD MORE
  • Season’s finale shifts

    Season’s finale shifts0

    The final round of fixtures in this year's FA Women's Super League has shifted forwards 24 hours. It means that the women's matches will no longer happen at the same time that the men are playing their title/relegation deciders, giving renewed hope to those who were starting to despair that the authorities would ever takeREAD MORE
  • Paris here we come…

    Paris here we come…0

    Chelsea Women head to Paris tomorrow, taking an important 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Women's Champions League quarter-final against PSG and knowing that their destiny is in their hands, writes Jane Grove. "We'll approach the second leg with exactly the same vigour and quality we did in the first leg," said managerREAD MORE
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