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  • Bicycle thieves

    Bicycle thieves0

    There’s not much you can do but stand, applaud and admire the bicycle kick that stole two points from Chelsea at Brighton… scored by a man with more aitches than a Scrabble set. When Alireza Jahanbakhsh beat Kepa Arrizabalaga with that overhead kick to win the Seagulls a draw and cancel out captain Cesar Azpilicueta’s

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  • At last, a win & clean sheet

    At last, a win & clean sheet0

    A first home win in the league felt good to Blues manager Frank Lampard… but just as good was that clean sheet. Whether Chelsea have found their ideal back line after Saturday afternoon’s 2-0 victory over Brighton remains debatable, but the relief was there for all to see as the defence left the pitch with

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  • H-O finally arrives

    H-O finally arrives0

    He may look like Billy No Mates, stranded out on the right wing with only the linesman for company, but Callum Hudson-Odoi kept his wide position well – maturely standing his ground when lesser mortals would have been unable to stop themselves drifting in. As a result, he was ready to receive the wide balls

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  • Hazard weaves his magic

    Hazard weaves his magic0

    The sooner Chelsea’s board sits Eden Hazard down to sign a new contract with the Blues, the better. The Belgian maestro weaved his magic to earn three away points at Brighton, scoring one and creating the other in a 2-1 victory. Despite being chopped down a few times (although one or two ‘fouls’ against the

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  • Patience urns victory0

    Another emphatic win in the Women’s Super League means Chelsea Women go into the Christmas break full of optimism… but they really had to earn their success after dogged defending denied them for more than an hour. With only one stray (and – as the Blues are already through to the next round – relatively

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  • Blues in Conti Cup action0

      Chelsea begin their attempt to wrest the Continental Cup from reigning holders Arsenal with a game against Brighton at Kingsmeadow on Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile Arsenal will be playing London rivals West Ham. There are 22 women’s clubs competing for the trophy, with Manchester City away to Birmingham, and new girls Manchester United facing Liverpool.

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