Blues manager Emma Hayes - pictured lapping up the fans' adulation after defeating the Gunners - is keeping her tactical secrets to herself, rather than telegraphing them to other coaches. She refused to reveal the precise instructions she gave her team at half-time in the London derby against Arsenal, who bounced back from their weekendREAD MORE
Ditch the Continental Cup, says Blues manager Emma Hayes in her most outspoken attack yet on a competition that she believes is little more than an annoying distraction. Hayes went on the warpath after defeating Arsenal in the league, to go second in the WSL table. "Get rid of it! Make more league fixtures!" sheREAD MORE
A sell-out 41,000-strong crowd will greet Chelsea Women’s league opener against Spurs on September 8 at Stamford Bridge, so no more tickets are available. But the good news is that the full season at the Blues' real home, Kingsmeadow, is poised to start... and season tickets are available from as little as five quid. TheREAD MORE
What is the 'legacy' of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - or 'the World Cup' as it's now talked of in a way unimaginable just months ago? The word is bandied around a lot, with much gushing talk about girls everywhere being inspired by the Lionesses' ultimately unsuccessful campaign. But is it true? TheREAD MORE
If super Fran Kirby achieves a hat-trick for Chelsea Women against West Ham a Kingsmeadow on Sunday afternoon, she'll make history. For Fran - after scoring one goal in her previous 14 WSL appearances - has scored a hat-trick in her last two consecutive league games. If she manages another triple against the Hammers, she wouldREAD MORE
Super Fran Kirby, fresh from helping England conquer the world in the SheBelieves Cup, scored a hat-trick at Liverpool as Chelsea Women continued their effort to retain the Women's Super League title. Kirby opened the scoring in the 16th minute on Wednesday night at Prenton Park with a slick finish after a neat one-two with RamonaREAD MORE
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