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  • Four in a row for jubilant Blues

    Four in a row for jubilant Blues0

    Cheers! Blues manager Emma Hayes toasted Chelsea Women’s remarkable four-in-a-row title-winning achievement on the pitch at Reading’s Madejski stadium, and admitted to being overwhelmed by the conflicting emotions of relief, joy and sadness. The club now embark on a busy summer of squad rebuilding ahead of an all-out assault on the Champions League… the one

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  • Nail-biting climax to season

    Nail-biting climax to season0

    Chelsea go to Reading for the last game of the season this Saturday (May 27) with one hand on the Women’s Super League trophy. The Blues top the league and if Emma Hayes’ team beat The Royals at the Madejski Stadium they will become champions for a record-breaking fourth time on the trot. Manchester United

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  • Reality follows Wembley win

    Reality follows Wembley win0

    Still buzzing after their FA Cup final victory against Manchester United, Chelsea come back down to reality with a bump on Wednesday night as they travel across town to face West Ham. This is the famous ‘game in hand’ which could see the Blues leapfrog United and take top spot in the WSL ahead of

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  • Blues win warms chilly fans

    Blues win warms chilly fans0

    Chelsea Women used a bitterly cold midweek clash with Brighton at Kingsmeadow as a springboard for what could prove a season-defining match at the weekend against WSL leaders Manchester United. The Sunday lunchtime match, expected to be a sell-out, is live on BBC2, guaranteeing a big nationwide audience. The Blues beat Brighton 3-1 on Wednesday

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  • Blues are outgunned

    Blues are outgunned0

    Erin Cuthbert, pictured, looked shellshocked as she led Chelsea off the field to the changing rooms at half-time, with Arsenal Women comfortably in control of the League Cup final at Selhurst Park. The Gunners did to Chelsea what the Blues usually do to the teams they play week in, week out… dominate, possess and outplay.

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  • Relief at final whistle

    Relief at final whistle0

    If you could have converted Chelsea fans’ heartbeats into electricity at the weekend’s clash with Palace, you’d have been able to power the capital.  With a collective sigh of relief from supporters, the Blues clung on for a 1-0 win at the Bridge, and now face a daunting trek to Anfield to face a Liverpool

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