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  • Blues stutter against the Gunners

    Blues stutter against the Gunners0

    Arsenal Women had already played three competitive matches ahead of the opening weekend’s Women’s Super League clash with Chelsea at the Emirates… and boy did it show! Last season the Blues lost just one league game in the entire campaign. This time, they stumbled at the first hurdle – succumbing to a 3-2 defeat in

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  • Blues face a prepped Arsenal

    Blues face a prepped Arsenal0

    The spotlight is on Chelsea Women this weekend as they travel to face arch rivals Arsenal on the grown-ups’ pitch at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon for their opening game of the new Women’s Super League season. The women in blue will be looking to turn in just as professional a performance as the men

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  • Blues set September date

    Blues set September date0

    Remember, remember the Fifth of September. Chelsea Women’s first fixture of the new season has been arranged for the Sunday afternoon… at the big stadium, The Emirates. Arsenal Women have decided to stage the London derby away from Boreham Wood’s ground, to give new manager Jonas Eidevall a big showy start. The Swede comes up

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  • Champions!

    Champions!0

    The corks were popping on the pitch as the Kingston-based Chelsea Women celebrated winning the League Cup against Arsenal up at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground last night. A 2-1 victory, achieved in stoppage time thanks to striker Beth England and some dazzling team build-up play, made certain that the only domestic trophy which Chelsea Women

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  • We’re up for the cup

    We’re up for the cup0

    As Emma Hayes prepares to lead her team into battle against Arsenal in the first showpiece cup final of the season, the Chelsea manager has given her players the best possible chance of lifting the one piece of domestic silverware the club has yet to win. “This is Arsenal’s trophy!” said Hayes, pointing to the

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  • Two Helens for the final

    Two Helens for the final0

    There are two Helens officiating at the first final of the women’s football season at the weekend. Helen Conley, a Durham referee, will be the woman-in-the-middle for the 2020 FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup Final between Chelsea and Arsenal on Saturday, at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground. Running the line will be another Helen, Helen

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