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  • Double Red trouble

    Double Red trouble0

    If Liverpool manage to overcome Shrewsbury Town at Anfield in their 4th round FA Cup replay, a double dose of Blues v Reds is looming in the 5th round. Chelsea Women have been drawn at home to Liverpool Women (the picture is from the teams’ meeting in the autumn), while Chelsea’s men have an identical

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  • Chelsea draw feels like loss

    Chelsea draw feels like loss0

    The pivotal moment in this tense, all-action London derby at the Bridge between Chelsea and Arsenal. David Luiz, in his first time back at his former home as a Gooner, is sent off with less than half an hour on the clock. His rash challenge on striker Tammy Abraham meant that ref Stuart Attwell showed

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  • Different trajectories

    Different trajectories0

    Chelsea like to boast of being a family of teams with shared values. But on current form, the men and women are on different trajectories. The men are stuttering. After dominating proceedings at St James’ Park, they lost to an injury-time goal from Newcastle and returned to London empty-handed. The women also headed to the

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  • Finally… home comfort

    Finally… home comfort0

    After a string of stuttering home league performances, Frank Lampard was finally able to welcome a straightforward victory as the Blues beat Burnley 3-0 at the Bridge. It was a good showing, although chance after chance to rack up a really serious win were squandered in traditional fashion. All in all, though, this was a

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  • Don’t lose our youngsters!

    Don’t lose our youngsters!0

      Chelsea must stick with their belief in younger players, or they’ll lose them as they’ve lost so many down the years, says manager Frank Lampard. Under pressure to cling to fourth place in the Premier League, and with a £150million war chest at his disposal should he want to enter the transfer market this

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  • Callum & Ross earn cup win

    Callum & Ross earn cup win1

    A bravura performance by Callum Hudson-Odoi, who scored one goal and made a second as Chelsea cruised past Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup 3rd round tie on Sunday, means the Blues are in the 4th round, with a trip to Hull City. The lively teenaged midfielder only needed six minutes to score, cutting in

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