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  • Millie wins Olympic opener

    Millie wins Olympic opener0

    Chelsea’s dependable defender Millie Bright helped Team GB keep a clean sheet in a 2-0 victory over Chile in an early event at the Tokyo Olympics. The match, played at breakfast time in the UK, saw the Brits in a familiar dark blue (slightly darker than Chelsea’s Royal blue, but still blue enough) playing in

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  • Jorja on my mind…

    Jorja on my mind…0

    Chelsea Women moved smoothly through to the 5th Round of the FA Cup after scoring a hatful of goals against second-tier London City Lionesses on a chilly Friday night at Kingsmeadow when youngsters, including the impressive Jorja Fox (pictured right, above), were given the chance to shine. The only concern was a knock to captain

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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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  • Ave, Maria!

    Ave, Maria!0

    Farewell, Maria. As foretold by The Good Life after the Chelsea v Manchester United match at the weekend, the 27-year-old Norwegian defender/midfielder Maria Thorisdottir has left Kingsmeadow to join United. Maria (pictured, right, alongside fellow Norwegian international Maren Mjelde) sat in the stand alongside Jess Carter for Sunday’s match, which finished in a 2-1 win

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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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  • Looking Erin in the eye

    Looking Erin in the eye0

    In a move which could be repeated at other stages of this Covid-skewed season, Chelsea are giving fans currently excluded from Kingsmeadow a ‘free pass’ to the next match. Next week’s Conti Cup group game against Spurs, on Tuesday November 3 at 7pm, will be streamed live and free on the Chelsea website, YouTube, apps

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