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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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  • As good as it gets?

    As good as it gets?0

    Sam Kerr capped a week in which she signed a new contract with a hat-trick, while Fran Kirby notched her 99th and 100th goal for the Blues during a 5-0 win. Is this as good as it gets? Fran disappeared in a mob of colleagues (above) after scoring No100. Meanwhile, Lauren James has made debuts

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  • Blues look to bounce back

    Blues look to bounce back0

    Chelsea revert to European business on Saturday, trying to put FA Cup disappointment behind them.  The Blues have the seemingly hopeless task of reversing a three-goal deficit against Bayern Munich to get to the quarter-finals of the Champions League in Saturday’s return leg, delayed by five months.  Truth be told, half the players would rather

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  • Poetry sets tone for cup final

    Poetry sets tone for cup final0

    When Chelsea and Arsenal face each other at the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday afternoon, they’ll not only hear Abide By Me – the traditional pre-match hymn – but also verses of poetry. This final will be like no other in the history of the game, with spectators locked out and the event

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