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  • Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in

    Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in0

    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 Karen

  • She’s a girl with balls!

    She’s a girl with balls!0

    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,

  • Houllier pitches up pitchside

    Houllier pitches up pitchside0

    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 celebrating

  • Hornets swatted… eventually

    Hornets swatted… eventually0

    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 the

  • I’m so proud of Daddy!

    I’m so proud of Daddy!0

    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 by

  • Ex-Blues puff, but lose

    Ex-Blues puff, but lose0

    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…

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