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  • Semis loom for Chelsea

    Semis loom for Chelsea0

    Within hours of each other, Chelsea’s men and women play mirror FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday… the men (in yellow) at Wembley, and the women at Arsenal’s Boreham Wood ground. Emma Hayes mused that, with a sell-out crowd at the Gooners’ stadium, the time must be approaching when the women’s semis could also be staged

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  • A Tuchel masterstroke

    A Tuchel masterstroke0

    A bold, masterful second-half triple substitution by Blues manager Tom Tuchel finally broke the deadlock at Selhurst Park as Chelsea nicked all three points right at the death. The sides had seemed evenly matched until Jorginho, N’Golo Kane and Malang Sarr were subbed in the 74th minute for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Alonso

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  • Trev….. oh! Debutant scores

    Trev….. oh! Debutant scores0

    As Blues fans made their way home in the August sunshine after a satisfying 3-0 victory over London rivals Crystal Palace, all the talk was about Trevoh Chalobah, the defender manager Thomas Tuchel believes holds the key to Chelsea’s defensive foundation for the season. Tuchel has given the 22-year-old plenty of pre-season starts, and now

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  • Eagles + Blues = cracking fun

    Eagles + Blues = cracking fun0

    In one of the most absorbing, free-flowing and unpredictable matches of this fractured season, Crystal Palace pushed Chelsea all the way… but just couldn’t pip the Blues at the post in an all-action Tuesday evening thriller at Selhurst Park. Playing in pale blue pyjamas which looked like old Coventry City shirts that had done too

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  • Trio go in Chelsea clear-out

    Trio go in Chelsea clear-out0

    The inevitable summer departures have begun at Kingsmeadow as Emma Hayes turns her thoughts to the shape of the squad for 2020-21. A trio of Chelsea Women have exited the club, with underused striker Adelina Engman (pictured above), versatile defender Deanna Cooper and dependable midfielder Anita Asante all leaving… as champions. All three suffered serious

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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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