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  • Cheers! Blues get to final

    Cheers! Blues get to final0

    Swigging bubbly at her post-match press conference, an overjoyed Emma Hayes saluted her team on reaching the first Champions League final in Chelsea Women’s history after a deserved victory over Bayern Munich at Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime. The Blues’ manager has made no secret of her desire to win the biggest trophy in Europe, and

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  • Cream-crackered!

    Cream-crackered!0

    Chelsea have it all to do in the second leg of their Champions League semi against a strong Bayern side, trailing 2-1 after their trip to Germany. Although Ji So-Yun hit the underside of the bar with a fine volley that bounced down and away in the second half, an equaliser for the Women’s Super

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  • Maren on the mend

    Maren on the mend0

    The pressure is on Chelsea Women next week, as two matches in four days hold the key to determining whether the Blues can retain the league title and advance to their first Champions League final. On Wednesday 21st, Chelsea travel to Manchester City’s Academy stadium for an evening game which will largely decide the destination

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  • Blues look to bounce back

    Blues look to bounce back0

    Chelsea revert to European business on Saturday, trying to put FA Cup disappointment behind them.  The Blues have the seemingly hopeless task of reversing a three-goal deficit against Bayern Munich to get to the quarter-finals of the Champions League in Saturday’s return leg, delayed by five months.  Truth be told, half the players would rather

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  • Blues show other clubs the way

    Blues show other clubs the way0

    Of course it helps having a multi-billionaire owner, but Chelsea have gone above and beyond in looking after staff, players and the community during the current crisis. No furloughs, no lay-offs, no using government aid to pay the wages. In fact, Chelsea has gone further than any other football club. It is even paying its

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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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