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  • Millie wins Olympic opener

    Millie wins Olympic opener0

    Chelsea’s dependable defender Millie Bright helped Team GB keep a clean sheet in a 2-0 victory over Chile in an early event at the Tokyo Olympics. The match, played at breakfast time in the UK, saw the Brits in a familiar dark blue (slightly darker than Chelsea’s Royal blue, but still blue enough) playing in

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  • Maren fears eclipse cup win

    Maren fears eclipse cup win0

    The haunting screams of Maren Mjelde, writhing about on the pitch after what could prove an extremely serious knee injury, eclipsed a walkover win for Chelsea Women as they retained the Conti Cup against Bristol City. Manager Emma Hayes later described her first-choice right back, pictured, as Chelsea’s ‘mother hen’, and said the whole squad

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  • Not you again!

    Not you again!0

    A collective groan went around Chelsea fans as the draw for the next round of the Women’s Champions League was announced on Friday as the Blues found themselves paired with bogey team Wolfsburg. The difference this time, however, is that the Blues have snaffled the German team’s top asset, Pernille Harder. Her insight into the

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  • Rear admirable! The bottom line…

    Rear admirable! The bottom line…0

    Chelsea Women’s shorts are now being sponsored. As the club approaches the rear end of the season, with the eagerly awaited Conti Cup final on Mothering Sunday against Bristol City, sitting top of the Women’s Super League, and in the hat for the last 16 of the Champions League, it has unveiled its first shorts

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  • Blues reach cup final in style

    Blues reach cup final in style0

    The previous time Chelsea and West Ham met, three weeks before Christmas at Kingsmeadow, Sam Kerr scored a hat-trick. On Wednesday night the teams met again, and this time Pernille Harder left with the match ball, netting half the goals in a 6-0 whitewash. In a compelling Conti Cup semi-final, Chelsea Women triumphed… yet the

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  • Magda: I aim to manage Blues

    Magda: I aim to manage Blues0

    Days after Chelsea manager Emma Hayes tipped Magda Eriksson to make the step up to coaching the Blues at some stage in future, the captain admitted it was her dream too. Eriksson, 27, is one of several senior players in the team currently taking her Uefa B coaching licence. “It’s a massive honour that she

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