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  • We were relentless: Hayes

    We were relentless: Hayes0

    It’s hard to imagine two more starkly contrasting reactions after the Blues’ 8-0 win over the Hammers at the weekend. Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes was fighting the urge to grin like a Cheshire cat, while her predecessor, West Ham coach Matt Beard, looked like he’d lost a winning lottery ticket. But it’s not in

  • After Eight, anyone?

    After Eight, anyone?0

    Chelsea didn’t so much blow West Ham away as annihilate them. Eight goals were hammered home against the Hammers, with none in reply, and it could have been worse for the Irons in this dramatic east/west clash. Not that the afternoon’s visitors to Kingsmeadow were bad or sloppy or careless. Chelsea Women were simply superb

  • Blues gear up for derby

    Blues gear up for derby0

    On paper, Sunday afternoon’s Chelsea Women v West Ham United Women clash should be a gilt-edged opportunity for the Blues to keep the pressure up at the top of the WSL. But Chelsea’s players have already had a tough week, including the FA Cup trip to Charlton on Sunday and the midweek trek to Manchester

  • Nottingham here we come!

    Nottingham here we come!0

    Finally, after four years of trying – three on the trot, Chelsea are playing in a Conti Cup final, writes Jane Grove. The Blues met tough opponents in a Man U side which – especially in the second half – had them on the ropes before the 1,000-plus crowd at the Leigh Sports Village stadium.

  • No roses for Liverpool

    No roses for Liverpool0

    It’s going to be a traditional Sunday afternoon kick-off time for Chelsea Women when they face Liverpool Women in the 5th round of the FA Cup at Kingsmeadow, shortly after Valentine’s Day… and a full house is anticipated. But the visitors – who drew with Chelsea at Prenton Park in December in one of the

  • Spence keen to lift cups

    Spence keen to lift cups0

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes may turn to Drew Spence, one of her most trusted foot soldiers, to beef up the firepower for tonight’s Conti Cup semi-final game against Manchester United, writes Jane Grove. The match kicks off at 7.30pm at Leigh Sports Village, the home of Manchester United Women. Spence, who has been at the

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