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  • Blues net five in Portugal

    Blues net five in Portugal0

    Chelsea Women scorched through the first leg of their Champions League opener against Benfica, finishing 5-0 winners ahead of the second leg at Kingsmeadow next week. It was a comprehensive performance, with the Blues handling defence-to-attack transitions with aplomb, keeping cool possession and making accurate passes under pressure, and turning their advantage into goals at

  • Aussie rules!

    Aussie rules!0

    The countdown to Sam Kerr’s debut for Chelsea Women has begun, and the new signing (who formally joined the Chelsea family on Friday December 27 after returning from Christmas with her own family Down Under) is expected to play a part for the Blues against Reading on Sunday lunchtime. It’s not expected to be a

  • Counterattack, says Eni

    Counterattack, says Eni0

    Counterattack! That’s the simple advice of four time Women’s FA Cup winner and ex-Blue Eni Aluko as underdogs West Ham prepare to face the might of overwhelming favourites Manchester City at Wembley this afternoon. Last year’s record crowd for a club contest between women’s teams was set last year as 45,423 turned out to see

  • Welcome home, Eni!0

    Eni Aluko returns home this week as Chelsea Women face her new side, Juventus, at Kingsmeadow. It’s a friendly – and a reunion – that manager Emma Hayes is greatly looking forward to. “She’s family!” said Emma. “And she’s always welcome. I know she’ll find it a little bit odd wearing a different jersey, but

  • Eni signs for Juve0

    Eni Aluko, the Chelsea striker, will see out the rest of her playing career with the women’s wing of the Italian champions Juventus. The 31-year-old had a great career with Chelsea FC Women, clinching a second Women’s Super League title this season, and also winning two FA Cups. Manager Emma Hayes gave her the option

  • Brave Eni’s injury scare

    Brave Eni’s injury scare0

    A goalfest against Yeovil Town at Kingsmeadow, as Chelsea Ladies continue to push for a quarter-final place in the Conti Cup, was overshadowed by a nasty injury to striker Eni Aluko. With 23 minutes played, and the score at 2-0 thanks to a fine shot from Crystal Dunn (teed up by Aluko) and an own

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