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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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  • Erin’s rocket adds to fireworks

    Erin’s rocket adds to fireworks0

    There were fireworks on the pitch as well as overhead at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday night as London rivals Chelsea and Spurs squared up in the Conti Cup. The linos ran their socks off keeping pace with the end-to-end action in this scrappy, gritty contest which saw Blues sub Jessie Fleming yellow-carded in the women’s league

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  • We’re up for the cup

    We’re up for the cup0

    As Emma Hayes prepares to lead her team into battle against Arsenal in the first showpiece cup final of the season, the Chelsea manager has given her players the best possible chance of lifting the one piece of domestic silverware the club has yet to win. “This is Arsenal’s trophy!” said Hayes, pointing to the

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  • Blues to face Villa in cup

    Blues to face Villa in cup0

    There’s an 8pm kick-off at Kingsmeadow, under the lights, when Chelsea host Aston Villa on Wednesday January 15 in the quarter-finals of the FA Women’s Continental League Cup, writes Jane Grove. The match is one of four all staged that evening, building up to the final on Saturday February 29. Holders Man City face Sheffield

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  • Beef up our league: Emma

    Beef up our league: Emma0

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has renewed her call to prioritise league matches over cup games, to help the women’s game get a serious foothold in mainstream UK sport. Conscious that top-flight women’s football can lose momentum if there aren’t regular fixtures in the WSL, she took the opportunity after the 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace

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