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  • Trio go in Chelsea clear-out

    Trio go in Chelsea clear-out0

    The inevitable summer departures have begun at Kingsmeadow as Emma Hayes turns her thoughts to the shape of the squad for 2020-21. A trio of Chelsea Women have exited the club, with underused striker Adelina Engman (pictured above), versatile defender Deanna Cooper and dependable midfielder Anita Asante all leaving… as champions. All three suffered serious

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  • Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’

    Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’0

    “We’ll roll with the new normal,” pledged Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, looking ahead to next season after the Blues were declared winners of the last. In an interview via Zoom, the 43-year-old said she was delighted that the FA had decided that “the most appropriate sporting outcome” of the abandoned Women’s Super League season

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  • Chelsea are declared champions

    Chelsea are declared champions0

    Chelsea Women have been declared Super League champions! The Football Association Board, by a majority vote, has ruled to award the 2019/20 Barclays FA Women’s Super League title to the Blues – who play at Kingsmeadow, Kingston. Better still, it means Chelsea FC Women (as well as Manchester City Women FC) will qualify for the

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  • Fan-free footy: the new normal

    Fan-free footy: the new normal0

    Men’s football resumes this month, with Blues fans dividing their interest between FA Cup and Premier League. Looking back to Saturday 21 March seems as far removed from real life as watching scratchy black-and-white First World War footage, but that was the day Chelsea should have travelled to Leicester for a lunchtime FA Cup quarter-final.

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  • Chelsea Women start afresh

    Chelsea Women start afresh0

    Chelsea Women, and the other teams in the Women’s Super League and Championship, have agreed to do the sensible thing – officially end this virus-interrupted season and focus entirely on starting afresh in August. Unlike the Premier League, both the WSL and Championship decided “in the best interest of the women’s game” to call it

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  • Emma Hayes is crowned queen

    Emma Hayes is crowned queen0

    Chelsea Women’s gaffer Emma Hayes has been crowned queen of the WSL after winning most fan nominations in a manager-of-the-season and team-of-the-season poll organised by the BBC at the tail end of this strange, truncated footballing year. Blues players Beth England, Magda Eriksson and Millie Bright feature in the team of the year, alongside a

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