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  • Making progress

    Making progress0

    It’s a measure of how far Chelsea have come in the past nine months that instead of losing 6-0 to a rampant Manchester City, they ran the hosts close at the Etihad, taking the lead and matching Pep’s men every step of the way. That February defeat, pictured, still haunts fans, but Saturday’s result –

  • Bring on the Brummies

    Bring on the Brummies0

    It’s off to Birmingham this weekend for Chelsea Women, unbeaten in their last five Women’s Super League outings against Birmingham City Women. Emma Hayes’ footballers have to achieve another win to keep their place at the top of the league, with several key players (including Ann-Katrin Berger, Maren Mjelde, Millie Bright, Guro Reiten, Fran Kirby

  • Of course, it’s Spurs tonight!

    Of course, it’s Spurs tonight!0

    Naturally enough, with the announcement this morning (Wednesday) that Spurs have appointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager, Chelsea Women tonight face… Tottenham. It’s the Conti Cup clash that promises to be the sternest test for seemingly all-conquering Chelsea Women, and one which should see some imaginative chanting from the creative ultras in the middle

  • Charlotte’s web design

    Charlotte’s web design0

    Sixteen-year-old Charlotte Wardlaw, pictured warming up, made a confident and positive debut for Chelsea Women as Spurs were beaten 5-1 on a bitterly cold night at Kingsmeadow in the Conti Cup. The teenager, who is just as comfortable in midfield as she is in defence, played the full 90 minutes at right back as the

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