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  • Beth knows the laws of the game

    Beth knows the laws of the game0

    Using the dedication of Chelsea striker Beth England as an example, the Football Association has launched a programme to encourage young female footballers to work on careers outside the game, to secure long-term futures after their playing careers end. The FA’s Dual Career guides plot pathways for players, parents, teachers and football club staff to

  • Covid axe saddens Naimh

    Covid axe saddens Naimh0

    It’s off! The Lionesses’ much-anticipated away game in Germany on Tuesday – potentially featuring Chelsea players Carly Telford, Millie Bright, Niamh Charles, Beth England and Fran Kirby – has been cancelled. In a Sunday morning announcement, the FA said that there had been a positive Covid-19 test for a member of the England backroom staff,

  • Season ends for football clubs

    Season ends for football clubs0

    Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals’ season has come to an abrupt end. The Tolworth-based football clubs, who groundshare at King George’s Field off Hook Rise South, learned yesterday (Thursday) that no further games will take place in the Isthmian League Premier Division in which both teams play. There had been a temporary halt to fixtures since March

  • 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,

  • Meet the rivals0

    So who will the renamed Chelsea FC Women be lining up against next season? The FA decided on Wednesday which teams would be in and which would be out of the top tier and second tier (the FA Women’s Super League and The FA Women’s Championship) for 2018/19. There will now be 11 clubs in the Super

  • Girls take centre stage

    Girls take centre stage0

    Chelsea Ladies’ preparation for one of the biggest European matches in their history coincides with FA Girls’ Football Week, an initiative to encourage more female students to take up the game. Free taster football sessions have been staged up and down the country, including one in at Kingston College, just down the road from tomorrow

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