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  • A confidence restorer?

    A confidence restorer?0

    Pic: Chelsea FC Chelsea Women meet Leicester City for the first time in any competition on Sunday lunchtime, with the Blues having won 16 of their last 17 FA Women’s Super League matches against newly promoted clubs. It follows the drama of midweek when Pernille Harder scored a stoppage-time leveller to earn the Blues a

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  • It’s the blues for the Blues

    It’s the blues for the Blues0

    Chelsea Women are now coming to terms with being at the wrong end of the heaviest Champions League final defeat in history. One-nil down after half a minute in Gothenburg, they couldn’t contain a rampant, confident, bullish Barcelona side who settled instantly and turned in a majestic, dominant performance. The Blues seemed overawed by the

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  • A big night awaits

    A big night awaits0

    Chelsea Women flew to Sweden on Friday morning to start preparations for the biggest night in the football club’s 30-year history. With in-form Sam Kerr, pictured, up front and Fran Kirby playing on her shoulder as part of an arrow-shaped attack combination, manager Emma Hayes hopes the fleet-footed double act will unlock the miserly defence

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  • Super Blues lift league title

    Super Blues lift league title0

    Chelsea lifted the Women’s Super League trophy on Sunday afternoon after a comprehensive 5-0 win against a dogged Reading side. To cap a remarkable domestic season, Sam Kerr won the golden boot and Ann-Katrin Berger the golden glove for their scoring and keeping prowess respectively. The Women’s FA Cup and Champions League are still within

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  • Bring on Barca and Leicester!

    Bring on Barca and Leicester!0

    Chelsea’s 2-1 victory against stuttering Crystal Palace at the weekend was just the tonic the team needed ahead of the Champions League game at Barcelona in midweek, following defeats against the two Manchester sides. Olivier Giroud had an excellent game for the Blues on Saturday, and was desperately unlucky not to score – striking the

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  • Lapse lets in you-know-who

    Lapse lets in you-know-who0

    He only needed a second to score. Lionel Messi, kept at bay for 89 minutes of an enthralling Champions League Round of 16 tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, pounced on one tiny lapse to equalise and spoil Chelsea’s night. A 1-1 draw at home to Barcelona would, on any other night, have been

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