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  • FA Cup win caps amazing season

    FA Cup win caps amazing season0

    At times it was desperate as Chelsea’s battling women clung on, exhausted, in the final moments of this year’s Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley. But cling on they did, and captain Magda Eriksson proudly lifted the trophy as the Blues notched up the cup and league double after a surreal season. All the off-field

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  • Use men’s grounds for Europe!

    Use men’s grounds for Europe!0

    Blues boss Emma Hayes wants English women’s teams who compete in the Champions League to play those matches at the men’s grounds. She believes that making it mandatory to stage European football nights at big stadiums will help boost the women’s game. She has also flagged up serious concerns about the state of some pitches

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  • Red card meant there was only going to be one winner

    Red card meant there was only going to be one winner0

    Hollyfield student HARRY CASTLE (that’s him above) was at the recent Chelsea Women v Leicester City Women match at Kingsmeadow, in the press box, writing his first match report as he aims for a career in sports journalism. Here it is…       The game started with Chelsea Women the clear favourites to beat

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  • Outclassed Blues lose final

    Outclassed Blues lose final0

    Eclipsed and outclassed, Chelsea Women had no answer to Manchester City’s grit and determination as the Sky Blues finally ended a long jinx and lifted the Conti Cup – denying Emma Hayes a third trophy on the trot. Player of the match Caroline Weir scored twice, while Ellen White was also on the scoresheet as

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  • It’s now Emma’s club!

    It’s now Emma’s club!0

    As Emma Hayes was watching Chelsea Women thrashing Leicester City 7-0 in the 5th Round of the FA Cup (the stadium announcer played the Magnificent Seven theme to celebrate), Roman Abramovich was thrashing out the words of a statement handing her the reins of power! The oligarch ceded stewardship of his club to the trustees

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  • Blues crash out of Europe

    Blues crash out of Europe0

    Despite putting out the strongest team she could, Emma Hayes had to accept that Chelsea Women were simply not good enough after they slumped to a 4-0 defeat in Germany in the Champions League on Thursday night… and were dumped out of Europe.  After losing first-choice goalie Ann-Katrin Berger to Covid, deputy Zecira Musovic was

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