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  • Zola returns to the Bridge

    Zola returns to the Bridge0

    What a treat! Franco Zola back at Stamford Bridge; sitting in the press box for the Chelsea v Manchester City game. And how Chelsea needed him! If only we could have turned back the clock, handed him a blue shirt with 25 on the back and given him free rein in the second half, the

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  • Blame the wasp for 3-0 win

    Blame the wasp for 3-0 win0

    Spurs were already trailing 2-0 to Chelsea at White Hart Lane when – with 20 minutes remaining – Thomas Tuchel brought on Timo Werner as a sub for Kai Havertz. “He’s bringing Werner on,” I said helpfully to a Tottenham journalist with his head buried in his laptop, who was sitting alongside me in the

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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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  • Blues stutter against the Gunners

    Blues stutter against the Gunners0

    Arsenal Women had already played three competitive matches ahead of the opening weekend’s Women’s Super League clash with Chelsea at the Emirates… and boy did it show! Last season the Blues lost just one league game in the entire campaign. This time, they stumbled at the first hurdle – succumbing to a 3-2 defeat in

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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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