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  • Next gaffer in the frame?

    Next gaffer in the frame?0

    Chelsea club captain Magda Eriksson and striker Beth England (above) both received framed shirts for 100 appearances ahead of the crunch win against Manchester United on Sunday… with Eriksson being tipped, in the process, as a future Blues gaffer by the current incumbent! The presentations underlined the fact that, despite high-profile new arrivals in the

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  • Blues beat Utd to top table

    Blues beat Utd to top table0

    Chelsea are back on top of the table after a 2-1 thriller at Kingsmeadow in the low winter sun on Sunday, beating Manchester United and setting a new record in the Women’s Super League of 31 games unbeaten. “To be undefeated for two years is unbelievable,” said manager Emma Hayes afterwards, pointing out, however, that

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  • Fran goes bananas for Xmas

    Fran goes bananas for Xmas0

    Chelsea have sent its women players food hampers as they face a week and a half of self-isolation across Christmas following a string of positive Covid tests. It’s a gesture that has been appreciated by the players. “Thanks so much Chelsea for this amazing hamper getting us through Christmas,” said Beth England, while Fran Kirby

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  • 8-0 in Europe, a dream start

    8-0 in Europe, a dream start0

    Chelsea Women’s start in this season’s Champions League could hardly have been better. After a 5-0 victory in Portugal against Benfica last week, the second leg added another three goals with no reply… and the Blues are comfortably through to the last 16 of the one competition which manager Emma Hayes needs to complete her

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  • Brighton beached by Kerr header

    Brighton beached by Kerr header0

    Chelsea Woman won a hard-fought Sunday lunchtime league game away at Brighton to maintain their drive for the title in what is proving a very close Barclays FA Women’s Super League. It was thanks to a goal from forward Sam Kerr that the Blues managed to leave with all three points. Though restricted by a

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  • Blues net five in Portugal

    Blues net five in Portugal0

    Chelsea Women scorched through the first leg of their Champions League opener against Benfica, finishing 5-0 winners ahead of the second leg at Kingsmeadow next week. It was a comprehensive performance, with the Blues handling defence-to-attack transitions with aplomb, keeping cool possession and making accurate passes under pressure, and turning their advantage into goals at

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