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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 confidence restorer?

    A confidence restorer?0

    Pic: Chelsea FC Chelsea Women meet Leicester City for the first time in any competition on Sunday lunchtime, with the Blues having won 16 of their last 17 FA Women’s Super League matches against newly promoted clubs. It follows the drama of midweek when Pernille Harder scored a stoppage-time leveller to earn the Blues a

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  • Emma is shellshocked

    Emma is shellshocked0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes looked shellshocked in the dugout as the Blues threw away an early lead and found themselves 3-1 down to German visitors Wolfsburg at the start of the second half of their midweek Champions League match at Kingsmeadow. But she was mightily relieved to escape with a point thanks to a

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  • Blues put SIX past United

    Blues put SIX past United0

    In a majestic away performance in Manchester, Chelsea Women offered a textbook example of teamwork and squadwork, putting six goals past United to underline just how good the side are, from top to toe. Even the evergreen Drew Spence got in on the act, coming on as one of the subs to score her first

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  • Blues bounce back in style

    Blues bounce back in style0

    Chelsea Women bounced back from their defeat at Arsenal to gain the first three points of the season against Everton in a comprehensive win beamed to tens of thousands on telly. The 4-0 victory at Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime saw Jess Carter shift to become the central defender in a three-strong back line, and professionally

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  • Short, snappy, but determined

    Short, snappy, but determined0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes was prickly and short with questions ahead of the team’s first home match of the new season, against Everton on Sunday lunchtime. She batted off journalists’ queries without her customary warmth and bonhomie, perhaps feeling the pressure after last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Arsenal. Although she is keen

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