Four Chelsea players are in the England squad to play in the FIFA Women's World Cup in France next month... but there's no room for in-form Beth England, despite her prolific recent scoring record, writes Jane Grove. Phil Neville has unveiled the 23 Lionesses, and they include keeper Carly Telford, defender Millie Bright, midfielder KarenREAD MORE
Beth England's collection of match balls is growing! The Chelsea striker scored a hat-trick as her team swept aside relegated Women's Super League strugglers Yeovil in the Blues' penultimate game of an eventful season, running out 8-0 winners. Yeovil simply couldn't contain a rampant Chelsea, as manager Emma Hayes rang the changes in team selection,READ MORE
Hitching up his trousers, a surprise guest at Kingsmeadow - ex-Liverpool gaffer Gerard Houllier. He managed the Olympique Lyonnais men's team from 2005-7, writes Jane Grove. He pitched up (alongside Talk Sport's Moose, above) at the Chelsea Women v Lyon Women's Champions League semi, and (below) joined jubilant French fans at the end in celebratingREAD MORE
As stalwart defender Gary Cahill pulls his shirt on to enter the field of play as a sub in the dying moments of the last home game of the season - a rare and utterly un-Sarrilike gesture from a manager not given to sentiment whatsoever - it's a strange moment for Chelsea's No24, wearing theREAD MORE
Leo Cahill - son of Chelsea defender Gary - swings from the chairs as he, sister Freya and mum Gemma wait in the press lounge at the final whistle after Chelsea's last home game on Sunday afternoon - a 3-0 win over Watford. Leo was among a 20-strong gatthering of Wags and children standing byREAD MORE
The team managed by former Chelsea manager Matt Beard, captained by former Blue Gilly Flaherty and anchored by ex-Blue Claire Rafferty failed to win the SSE Women's FA Cup final because former Chelsea goalie Becky Spencer wasn't between the sticks. West Ham lost the cup final 3-0, despite holding the clear favourites for 52 minutes...READ MORE
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