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  • They’re off!

    They’re off!0

    And they’re off! Football has been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus crisis. The decision was taken at a meeting of the great and the good on Friday, with an indefinite – and inevitable – suspension of games. Confirmation that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi had tested positive led first

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  • The kids are alright

    The kids are alright0

    When it comes to Chelsea, the kids are alright. Everyone knows that Frank Lampard and assistant Jody Morris are building something special at Stamford Bridge, but the Blues’ 4-0 defeat of (an admittedly lacklustre and plodding) Everton made a few more converts among the neutrals. Chelsea were 2-0 up after 21 minutes of Sunday afternoon’s

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  • Morning sickness0

    If you want to beat Chelsea, persuade one of the TV channels to shift the match to the earliest possible slot. For some reason, the Blues cannot get their act together before mid-afternoon… especially if they’re playing away. So it was at rudderless Goodison Park, where an Everton team staring at relegation and with Duncan

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  • Freeze lets Arsenal go top

    Freeze lets Arsenal go top0

    Arsenal have gone top of the table after an extraordinarily one-sided WSL game following the late cancellation of Chelsea’s match against Everton Women. With just half an hour to go before kick-off at Haig Avenue, Southport, the referee decided it was unsafe for the Blues’ match to go ahead. Arsenal instantly leapfrogged Chelsea at the

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  • Blue on Blue

    Blue on Blue0

    It’s Blue on Blue action this weekend as Chelsea Women travel up to Southport to face in-form Everton. The Toffees have an intriguing record against Chelsea. In the first half dozen WSL clashes between the two sides, Everton only lost once… beating the Blues on every other occasion. But in their last half dozen league

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  • It’s just mental: Sarri

    It’s just mental: Sarri0

    It's just mental, reckoned Morrie Sarri after Chelsea slipped to a 2-0 defeat up at Everton at the weekend - and few would disagree with him. "It's probably a mental block, I think," said the great soothsayer after the Blues had bossed a goalless first half, only to fall apart in a disappointing second half.READ MORE
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