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  • Success breeds success: Emma

    Success breeds success: Emma0

    Bullish Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes is full of optimism ahead of the new Women’s Super League season, which kicks off for her at Arsenal’s cavernous Emirates stadium on Sunday lunchtime. “Success breeds success,” she said, reflecting on two seasons of abundant silverware, and the hopes of a third league title on the trot. “I’m

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  • Blues face a prepped Arsenal

    Blues face a prepped Arsenal0

    The spotlight is on Chelsea Women this weekend as they travel to face arch rivals Arsenal on the grown-ups’ pitch at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon for their opening game of the new Women’s Super League season. The women in blue will be looking to turn in just as professional a performance as the men

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  • Blues pin Emma down 

    Blues pin Emma down 0

    Anxious that she might be tempted to manage a men’s Premier League club, Chelsea have pinned Emma Hayes down to an extended contract to lead the women’s team.  Hayes – who has been receiving plaudits for her insightful analysis and TV commentary at the Euros – has been given a hefty pay rise, making her

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  • The final huddle

    The final huddle0

    Hugs are back on the menu, so the last huddle of the season for Chelsea Women on the Kingsmeadow pitch after the Chelsea v Everton 5th round FA Cup tie was special. It’s always a poignant moment. Everyone has now come to terms with Champions League defeat to a clearly superior Barcelona side, and can

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  • It’s the blues for the Blues

    It’s the blues for the Blues0

    Chelsea Women are now coming to terms with being at the wrong end of the heaviest Champions League final defeat in history. One-nil down after half a minute in Gothenburg, they couldn’t contain a rampant, confident, bullish Barcelona side who settled instantly and turned in a majestic, dominant performance. The Blues seemed overawed by the

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  • A big night awaits

    A big night awaits0

    Chelsea Women flew to Sweden on Friday morning to start preparations for the biggest night in the football club’s 30-year history. With in-form Sam Kerr, pictured, up front and Fran Kirby playing on her shoulder as part of an arrow-shaped attack combination, manager Emma Hayes hopes the fleet-footed double act will unlock the miserly defence

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