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  • New Chelsea striker?

    New Chelsea striker?0

    Have Chelsea Women signed a new striker? Spotted on the pitch ahead of Wednesday night’s 2-0 hard-fought win over Birmingham was this determined hoofer, showing her forwards how it should be done, writes Jane Grove. She’s got the technique, good balance, firm contact and unerring accuracy, though at 43, Harry’s mum Emma Hayes may be

  • Chelsea grind out 2-0 win

    Chelsea grind out 2-0 win0

    The games that you think are going to be easiest to win seldom are. Such was the case under the floodlights, two days before Valentine’s Day, when Birmingham City visited with grit and determination, rather than roses and chocolates. Why City are languishing in the lower reaches of the WSL table is mystifying, based on

  • Bring on the Brummies

    Bring on the Brummies0

    Chelsea line up against Birmingham City on Wednesday night, eager to get on with the football after the disappointment of the weekend’s storm cancellation in Manchester. The Blues face a Birmingham team who Birmingham City have lost five of their six Barclays FA Women’s Super League games on the road this season, failing to score

  • Blues aim for the top

    Blues aim for the top0

    • News
    • 10th February 2020

    Chelsea could return to the top of the league on Wednesday night when they host Birmingham City at Kingsmeadow – depending on results. Arsenal don’t play their midweek league game until the following evening, so if the Blues do manage to overcome the Brummies, everything will depend on how Manchester City fare at home to

  • Storm forces match cancellation

    Storm forces match cancellation0

    Chelsea’s league match against Manchester United has been called off because of Storm Ciara, which is lashing the country with high winds and horizontal rain. All six Barclays Women’s Super League matches have been cancelled because of the extreme weather, including the Blues’ game against United Women at Leigh Sports Village, which was due to

  • Matchday half-and-halves!

    Matchday half-and-halves!0

    If you’re looking for a measure of how women’s football is progressing, look no further than the scarf sellers outside Kingsmeadow. As fans arrived for the recent Chelsea Women v West Ham United Women match in the Women’s Super League on Groundhog Day, Sunday February 2, awaiting them at the entrance to the stadium was

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