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  • Heavens above! Frank seeks help

    Heavens above! Frank seeks help0

    Four points from five games, and Frank Lampard is under pressure and looking upwards for answers. Monday’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa at the Bridge was simply not good enough after defeat to Arsenal on Boxing Day, and the Blues are on the slide. Now the second wave of Covid is washing fixtures away, and

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  • Blues’ joy at turnaround

    Blues’ joy at turnaround0

    Chelsea managed to turn a 1-0 halftime deficit into a 2-1 victory at Villa Park in their opening match back after the Covid break, notching up their first away win of 2020 and making a clear statement about their intention to hang on to a Champions League place for next season. But the biggest takeaway

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  • Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’

    Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’0

    “We’ll roll with the new normal,” pledged Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, looking ahead to next season after the Blues were declared winners of the last. In an interview via Zoom, the 43-year-old said she was delighted that the FA had decided that “the most appropriate sporting outcome” of the abandoned Women’s Super League season

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  • They’re off!

    They’re off!0

    And they’re off! Football has been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus crisis. The decision was taken at a meeting of the great and the good on Friday, with an indefinite – and inevitable – suspension of games. Confirmation that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi had tested positive led first

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  • Blues’ semi is free to view

    Blues’ semi is free to view0

    Chelsea fans who can’t make it to Manchester on Wednesday for the semi-final of the Conti Cup against United will be able to watch the game for free. The FA has confirmed that both the Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup semis will be broadcast live on the FA Player. The Blues reached the semi-final after

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  • See Emily play

    See Emily play0

      It’s the smile that says it all. Sixteen-year-old youth striker Emily Murphy scored her first goal for Chelsea on a chilly Kingsmeadow pitch on (a night she’ll never forget) Wednesday January 15 2020, clinching the Blues’ 3-1 Conti Cup quarter-final win against Aston Villa. The teenager latched on to a loose ball in the

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