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  • Emma is tipped for top job

    Emma is tipped for top job0

    It’s news that fans of Chelsea Women will dread hearing… but Emma Hayes now seems likely to be offered the chance to take over as Lionesses manager this summer. Insiders say the Blues gaffer could be offered the post by the Football Association as early as next month (when an England training camp is scheduled,

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  • Choose Beth, Phil!

    Choose Beth, Phil!0

    Beth England’s absence from the starting line-up as the Lionesses succumbed to a 2-0 defeat to the USA hosts at the start of the SheBelieves Cup in Orlando has been widely criticised by pundits and experts. The in-form Chelsea striker, whose two goals clinched the FA Women’s Continental League Cup just a week ago, was

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  • Millie has belief

    Millie has belief0

    Millie Bright, Beth England and Carly Telford have been named as part of Phil Neville’s 23-strong squad to compete in the SheBelieves Cup in the States next month, writes Jane Grove. The England manager picked Chelsea’s defender, striker and goalie to take part in the four-team round-robin tournament which starts on March 6. The Lionesses

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  • Fran wears No10

    Fran wears No100

    She may wear No14 when she lines up to play for Chelsea, but striker Fran Kirby will wear the No10 shirt when she runs out as a Lioness in the World Cup in France, writes Jane Grove. Fran, and all her team-mates in the ‘pride’, have now been allocated their shirt numbers, and have started

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  • Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in

    Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in0

    Four Chelsea players are in the England squad to play in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France next month… but there’s no room for in-form Beth England, despite her prolific recent scoring record, writes Jane Grove. Phil Neville has unveiled the 23 Lionesses, and they include keeper Carly Telford, defender Millie Bright, midfielder Karen

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  • Millie on form for England

    Millie on form for England0

    Chelsea Women centre-back Millie Bright was on good form for the Lionesses as they beat Spain 2-1 in an exciting match at Swindon’s County ground. While Beth Mead and Ellen White were on target up front (before Spain struck back through Barcelona’s Aitana Bonmati), Bright was in the starting line-up, keeping the Spanish at bay

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