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  • Blues’ time-wasting fails

    Blues’ time-wasting fails0

    The TV monitor shows Reece James’s pain as he limps off after half an hour in a frustrating draw against Brighton    Pics: Trisha Morin   Chelsea tried to time-waste their way to victory against Brighton on Wednesday night… and failed. A stoppage-time equaliser meant that any prospect of chasing down leaders Man City after

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  • Blues waltz to cup glory

    Blues waltz to cup glory0

    Chelsea waltzed to victory in Sunday’s FA Cup final, outclassing league leaders Arsenal and completing a belated treble in a fixture delayed from the spring because of Covid. Sam Kerr scored twice, and could have had half a dozen with a little more precision as chance after chance was created by an integrated, focused and

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  • Smugness proves costly

    Smugness proves costly0

    There’s a risk of complacency at Chelsea – a smugness caused by too much self-belief and a feeling of entitlement. That’s the only logical conclusion following two sub-standard performances in four days, culminating in defeat at the London Stadium against a West Ham team who achieved a 3-2 win, despite the Blues being twice ahead

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  • Magda’s stretch

    Magda’s stretch0

    There’s nothing like a good stretch before a game! Blues captain Magda Eriksson gets ready for the match against Servette with a little light exercise at the press conference in Geneva ahead of this afternoon’s Champions League group clash. “We’re really excited, and are confident in the squad,” she said. “When we started we knew

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  • A match that had the lot

    A match that had the lot0

    It’s rare that a match has everything – goals, near misses, red and yellow cards, a penalty, reverberating woodwork, VAR drama… and horizontal rain. But last weekend’s monsoon-soaked clash between Chelsea and Southampton will live long in the memory as every box was ticked. It’s just as well that there’s another international break this weekend.

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  • We’re singing in the rain

    We’re singing in the rain0

    Picture: Chelsea FC   It’s a rare day when Chelsea’s women and men BOTH win 3-1 at home, on the same afternoon and in the kind of incessant monsoon rain that shrieks ‘climate change’. But it happened on Saturday, with the women’s kick-off time against Hope Powell’s Brighton & Hove Albion brought forward to 11.30am

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