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  • The Blues go Dutch

    The Blues go Dutch0

    Chelsea Women have signed a new defender to bolster their chances of completing a third straight league win on the spin next season. The new arrival is 22-year-old Dutch defender Aniek Nouwen, who has agreed a three-year deal which will keep her at the club until the summer of 2024. “I’m proud to be blue

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  • Maren? She’s one in a million!

    Maren? She’s one in a million!0

    Chelsea defender Maren Mjelde turned 31 last week, making her the oldest outfield player in the first team and, says manager Emma Hayes, one of the most treasured and valued. “She’s one in a million,” is the Blues gaffer’s verdict. The right back, one of the players of the match in Sunday’s 4-0 victory over

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  • Mighty Mouse strikes again

    Mighty Mouse strikes again0

    Mighty mouse Fran Kirby is on a mission. The Chelsea star, who stands a mere 5ft 2in (including studs) is playing like a woman possessed… determined to make up for the months lost to the medical condition that threatened her career. It was she, rather than the lofty Birmingham defenders, who soared like a Bonfire

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  • The case for the defence

    The case for the defence0

    The arrival of a classy, experienced new defender at the Bridge is, says the club, ‘something many Chelsea fans have been wanting for quite some time’. Quite some time? They’ve been tearing their hair out for two years! Enrolling Thiago Silva from PSG for a year, with the option of a second, may prove key

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  • Beth and Emma are the tops

    Beth and Emma are the tops0

    Chelsea Women have swept the board by winning the top two individual honours in the 2019-20 season of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League. Striker Beth England has been named Player of the Season, while Blues manager Emma Hayes, below, is Manager of the Season, having led Chelsea to the title. Beth scored 14 times

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  • Blues steady the ship

    Blues steady the ship0

    An Olivier Giroud close-range header in first-half stoppage time was all that separated Chelsea and Norwich at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night. His neck muscles bulging, he forced home Christian Pulisic’s cross with such whip that Tim Krul’s fingertips were pushed back by the ball’s pace. But Frank Lampard was pleased that his team steadied

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