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  • Chelsea backs mental health plea

    Chelsea backs mental health plea0

    Chelsea Women’s next two weekends are dedicated to raising awareness of a problem that affects so many young men and women… mental health crises. The Heads Up campaign, launched by Prince William, is being backed by Chelsea Women as they travel to Manchester this weekend to play Man Utd in the league, and when they

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  • Chelsea’s cup game: live on BBC

    Chelsea’s cup game: live on BBC0

    Chelsea Women’s FA Cup 5th round clash with Liverpool Women will be screened live by the BBC. It will guarantee an even bigger audience than the 4,000+ expected to watch the match live at goal-crazy Kingsmeadow on Sunday February 16. The match has been brought forward from 2pm to 12.30pm, and will be live on

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  • Beth and Emma are the tops

    Beth and Emma are the tops0

    Chelsea Women have scooped both manager of the month and player of the month awards, with Emma Hayes AND Beth England winning the prizes, writes Jane Grove. Hayes, pictured below, now in her seventh season at Kingsmeadow, won the January monthly gong in the Women’s Super League, despite many predicting it would (nostalgically) go to

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  • It’s one for you, Paps!

    It’s one for you, Paps!0

    She’s quick, she’s accurate, she’s inventive and she’s fearless. No wonder Erin Cuthbert is high on Phil Neville’s list as an in-form addition to the nationwide squad he will take to the Olympics. The Chelsea striker/winger is now back to full fitness, as she vividly demonstrated in last weekend’s 8-0 drubbing of West Ham, to

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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

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  • 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

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