Beth England sets up another attack down the left against Sarajevo Chelsea Women put six past Sarajevo in the Women's Champions League at Kingsmeadow to emphatically advance into the Round of 16. On a mild, moonlit evening they rediscovered the joy of scoring - an immense relief to manager Emma Hayes who, afterREAD MORE
Fran Kirby will join fellow Lionesses in the squad to face Sweden Fran Kirby and the other Lionesses in the England pride are off to New York. Well, the New York stadium in Rotherham. England play Sweden on Remembrance Sunday at 1.30pm as they continue their build-up to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, withREAD MORE
Spotted in the Kingsmeadow stand during Chelsea Women's pre-season friendly against Juventus... the England manager Phil Neville on a reconnaissance mission. "I'm not working," he assured Blues fans who greeted him as he took his seat, although he was certainly absorbed in conversation with Hannah Blundell. For as well as assessing potential Lionesses ahead ofREAD MORE
She insisted it was just an experiment, and was merely one of a string of different formations that she was going to try out in the coming weeks, but Emma Hayes has given Chelsea Women a taste of four at the back, instead of the three which carried the club to double success last season.READ MORE
Keeper Carly Telford, pictured, is one of four Chelsea Women in the England squad for the forthcoming Women's World Cup match against Russia. It will be her 12th cap for her country, and she joins team-mates Fran Kirby, Millie Bright and Hannah Blundell making the trek to Moscow's Sapsan Arena for the match on FridayREAD MORE
They've done it! Chelsea Ladies will go down in history as one of the great invincible teams - getting through an entire league season without defeat. At Prenton Park, on the final day of a glorious title-winning campaign, they came back from the dead in one of the turnarounds of recent years. Losing 2-0 toREAD MORE
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