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  • FA Cup win caps amazing season

    FA Cup win caps amazing season0

    At times it was desperate as Chelsea’s battling women clung on, exhausted, in the final moments of this year’s Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley. But cling on they did, and captain Magda Eriksson proudly lifted the trophy as the Blues notched up the cup and league double after a surreal season. All the off-field

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  • Magda keen to salvage pride

    Magda keen to salvage pride0

    Chelsea Women’s captain Magda Eriksson is determined to salvage some pride for the club after yesterday’s disappointment in the men’s FA Cup final. The Blues meet Manchester City this afternoon at Wembley, with 50,000 expected to cheer on the sides. It’s a special occasion for the Swede. “In 2018 [when she arrived at the club]

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  • Todd’s passionate, says Hayes

    Todd’s passionate, says Hayes0

    Chelsea managers Emma Hayes and Thomas Tuchel sat down to lunch with new owner Todd Boehly at the Cobham training ground on Friday ahead of their respective Wembley cup finals, with Hayes reporting that the American billionaire seems ‘passionate’ about the club. Hayes, who will lead out Chelsea Women ahead of kick-off at 2.30pm on

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  • Five alive: Blues reach semis

    Five alive: Blues reach semis0

    Chelsea Women breezed through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a 5-0 win over Birmingham City in the Kingsmeadow sunshine, with manager Emma Hayes keeping key players in reserve for Wednesday night’s crucial league clash with Spurs which could see Chelsea go top of the league. Beth England started up front for the

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  • Blues put SIX past United

    Blues put SIX past United0

    In a majestic away performance in Manchester, Chelsea Women offered a textbook example of teamwork and squadwork, putting six goals past United to underline just how good the side are, from top to toe. Even the evergreen Drew Spence got in on the act, coming on as one of the subs to score her first

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  • The final huddle

    The final huddle0

    Hugs are back on the menu, so the last huddle of the season for Chelsea Women on the Kingsmeadow pitch after the Chelsea v Everton 5th round FA Cup tie was special. It’s always a poignant moment. Everyone has now come to terms with Champions League defeat to a clearly superior Barcelona side, and can

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