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  • A nine-goal blitz for Blues

    A nine-goal blitz for Blues0

    It was not so much a match as an execution. The man trying to keep the score ran out of paper, and the only question was whether Chelsea Women would get into double figures in their first home game of the new WSL season against Bristol City. But it finished 9-0, with almost everyone in

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  • The case for the defence

    The case for the defence0

    The arrival of a classy, experienced new defender at the Bridge is, says the club, ‘something many Chelsea fans have been wanting for quite some time’. Quite some time? They’ve been tearing their hair out for two years! Enrolling Thiago Silva from PSG for a year, with the option of a second, may prove key

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  • Ann of Beany Cables

    Ann of Beany Cables0

    In her cable-knit beany hat, cagoule and double tracksuit bottoms, Chelsea Women’s goalie Ann-Katrin Berger shivered in the cold and modestly deflected the praise away from her and towards her defence as she was acclaimed the heroine of the hour for enabling the Blues to lift the Conti Cup. “Everyone is praising what I did

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  • Chelsea lift ‘Arsenal’s trophy’

    Chelsea lift ‘Arsenal’s trophy’0

    Sophie Ingle led the Chelsea Women’s team in fist-pumping whoops of delight on the field as they celebrated squeaking to victory in the League Cup just as opponents Arsenal seemed to have done enough to push an exciting final into extra time. The Reds had all the second-half momentum at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground on

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  • Battle of the giants

    Battle of the giants0

    • News
    • 24th February 2020

    It was a battle of the giants. Two teams who top the Women’s Super League, stuffed full of world-class international players in a bid to outplay each other at City’s home ground – the Academy Stadium, writes Jane Grove. In the end, unlike the frantic game of chess it resembled, there was no checkmate, just

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  • Red wall buckles under blue wave

    Red wall buckles under blue wave0

    Chelsea Women have made it through to the quarter-finals of the FA cup thanks to a wonder volley from midfielder Guro Reiten, writes Jane Grove. The Norwegian international buried the ball in the back of Liverpool goalie Anke Preuss’ net in a first half which saw a resilient Red Devil side thwart a steady wave

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