Captured for posterity - the Eni Aluko second-half goal which gave Chelsea Ladies the cushion they needed against a tenacious Sunderland Ladies team at Kingsmeadow on a rain-soaked Saturday night, which means just one point is needed from the remaining two league games of the season to guarantee the title. Assistant manager Paul Green isREAD MORE
A late late winner from Erin Cuthbert earned Chelsea three vital points against Birmingham at Kingsmeadow as they continue their quest for a league and cup double... and the delight on the faces of club captain Katie Chapman and sons Riley, 9, and Zachary, 4, is plain to see! Birmingham had almost secured a pointREAD MORE
Fran Kirby just got smaller! The prolific pint-sized Chelsea markswoman has been miniaturised as part of what will certainly become a collectors' item - a Subbuteo version of this weekend's Women's FA Cup final at Wembley. Now she's shrunk from 5ft 2in to barely a couple of centimetres! The box set is the world’s first all-femaleREAD MORE
It's an honour that is richly deserved for her inspirational performances over a long, tiring season, and it's no real surprise that she won it... but it's still a magnificent achievement to lift the PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year award. Hail Fran Kirby, a worthy winner. The Chelsea striker set off to London'sREAD MORE
Chelsea Ladies' chances of reaching their first Women's Champions League final hang by a thread after their bogey team, Wolfsburg, fired three goals past them at Kingsmeadow in the first leg of the tie. It all started so well, with markswoman Fran Kirby providing the assist to let Ji So-Yun - playing her 100th gameREAD MORE
She's becoming the poster girl of Chelsea Ladies. Despite a recurring hamstring niggle, Fran Kirby (pictured) scored the all-important brace of goals which propelled the Blues to the Women's FA Cup final at Wembley early next month, guaranteeing an afternoon to remember for the growing army of supporters. "It's lucky for me that the teamREAD MORE
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