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  • Jonna’s a gonna

    Jonna’s a gonna0

    Blues defender Jonna Andersson is quitting Chelsea Women at the end of this season to return to her native Sweden. The 29-year-old has been bumped down the pecking order at Kingsmeadow after the arrival of left-sided Russian defender Alsu Abdullina. She also had to relinquish her No20 shirt when striker Sam Kerr arrived at the

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  • Maren on the mend

    Maren on the mend0

    The pressure is on Chelsea Women next week, as two matches in four days hold the key to determining whether the Blues can retain the league title and advance to their first Champions League final. On Wednesday 21st, Chelsea travel to Manchester City’s Academy stadium for an evening game which will largely decide the destination

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  • Blues display six appeal

    Blues display six appeal0

    Another all-conquering performance by Chelsea Women – and another Sam Kerr hat-trick – saw off Birmingham City at the weekend as the Blues recorded a 6-0 victory. In a match which again demonstrated the gulf between the top and bottom of the Women’s Super League, Chelsea eventually broke down a dogged five-at-the-back defensive line in

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  • Carter’s the star in Europe

    Carter’s the star in Europe0

    Chelsea cruised through to the semi-final stage of the Women’s Champions League, beating their nemesis Wolfsburg 3-0 (5-1 on aggregate) in a one-sided game which sums up their current confidence and belief, with Jess Carter – making only her third start of the season – the stand-out star. The Blues controlled the second leg of

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  • ‘Special K’ link up again

    ‘Special K’ link up again0

    Chelsea eased past Aston Villa in the Women’s Super League on Sunday with a much-changed team as Emma Hayes kept half an eye on the looming second leg of the Champions League. It was a chance for squad players to shine, with Hannah Blundell and Jess Carter in the starting line-up among the six alterations

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  • Blues edge tight quarter-final

    Blues edge tight quarter-final0

    At times it was a result which looked in doubt, but Chelsea overcame their demons to beat Wolfsburg in the first leg of the quarter-final of the Champions League against their bogey team to set up a thrilling return. A 2-1 win in Budapest seemed unlikely after a goalless first half which showed why Wolfsburg

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