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  • Blues face City in the cup

    Blues face City in the cup0

    Chelsea have been drawn away to Manchester City in one of the semi-finals of the (delayed) FA Cup from last season, with the tie due to take place on Halloween. In the other cup semi, Arsenal have a seemingly easier home tie against Brighton. At stake, a place in the final at Wembley on December

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  • Blues’ record run finally ends

    Blues’ record run finally ends0

    Chelsea’s new sponsored shorts didn’t bring them luck as unfancied Brighton pulled off one of the shock results of the season on Sunday, ending the Blues’ record-breaking unbeaten run at Kingsmeadow. The Seagulls fought for every ball to achieve a deserved 2-1 victory at a ground that had become a fortress for Chelsea after 33

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  • Rear admirable! The bottom line…

    Rear admirable! The bottom line…0

    Chelsea Women’s shorts are now being sponsored. As the club approaches the rear end of the season, with the eagerly awaited Conti Cup final on Mothering Sunday against Bristol City, sitting top of the Women’s Super League, and in the hat for the last 16 of the Champions League, it has unveiled its first shorts

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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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  • 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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