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  • Going back to her roots

    Going back to her roots0

    Keeping a large squad happy is proving such a challenge for Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes that she’s turned to her hairdresser for help. With so many quality players to choose from, the problem is the morale of the ones left out of the team, rather than the ones featuring regularly. “Look at my grey

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  • Blues beat City in united display

    Blues beat City in united display0

    Chelsea made an emphatic statement at Kingsmeadow on Sunday, defeating arch rivals Manchester City 3-1 as the summer signings showed they’d bedded in properly, and the team showed a united, purposeful front. At times it was frantic end-to-end stuff, but the Blues always had the edge, and as dark clouds rolled away to be replaced

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  • Mighty Mouse strikes again

    Mighty Mouse strikes again0

    Mighty mouse Fran Kirby is on a mission. The Chelsea star, who stands a mere 5ft 2in (including studs) is playing like a woman possessed… determined to make up for the months lost to the medical condition that threatened her career. It was she, rather than the lofty Birmingham defenders, who soared like a Bonfire

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  • A nine-goal blitz for Blues

    A nine-goal blitz for Blues0

    It was not so much a match as an execution. The man trying to keep the score ran out of paper, and the only question was whether Chelsea Women would get into double figures in their first home game of the new WSL season against Bristol City. But it finished 9-0, with almost everyone in

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  • Blues need all three points

    Blues need all three points0

    The Blues welcome Bristol City to a fan-free Kingsmeadow this weekend, with Emma Hayes’ team determined to win all three points to keep pace with title rivals Manchester City and Arsenal. City host Brighton this weekend, bolstered by the marquee signings of Alex Greenwood and Lucy Bronze from Lyon. Add Yankee talent Rose Lavelle to

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  • Five Blues in England squad

    Five Blues in England squad0

    England Women’s coach Phil Neville has named an extra-large squad of players for a training camp at the end of the month… with five Chelsea stars included. Carly Telford, the second oldest in the squad after City’s Jill Scott, will battle Ellie Roebuck for the green jersey. Also in the 30-strong Lionesses squad are defender

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