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  • We’re up for the cup

    We’re up for the cup0

    As Emma Hayes prepares to lead her team into battle against Arsenal in the first showpiece cup final of the season, the Chelsea manager has given her players the best possible chance of lifting the one piece of domestic silverware the club has yet to win. “This is Arsenal’s trophy!” said Hayes, pointing to the

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  • Battle of the giants

    Battle of the giants0

    • News
    • 24th February 2020

    It was a battle of the giants. Two teams who top the Women’s Super League, stuffed full of world-class international players in a bid to outplay each other at City’s home ground – the Academy Stadium, writes Jane Grove. In the end, unlike the frantic game of chess it resembled, there was no checkmate, just

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  • Red wall buckles under blue wave

    Red wall buckles under blue wave0

    Chelsea Women have made it through to the quarter-finals of the FA cup thanks to a wonder volley from midfielder Guro Reiten, writes Jane Grove. The Norwegian international buried the ball in the back of Liverpool goalie Anke Preuss’ net in a first half which saw a resilient Red Devil side thwart a steady wave

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  • Chelsea grind out 2-0 win

    Chelsea grind out 2-0 win0

    The games that you think are going to be easiest to win seldom are. Such was the case under the floodlights, two days before Valentine’s Day, when Birmingham City visited with grit and determination, rather than roses and chocolates. Why City are languishing in the lower reaches of the WSL table is mystifying, based on

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  • Mitigating the risks

    Mitigating the risks0

    “Come on ref, it’s late every time,” appealed 16-year-old Blues striker Emily Murphy as she was clattered by a Charlton defender, writes Jane Grove. “You just got stuck on the beach,” retorted the jovial Robert Massey-Ellis who had been joshing with the players during the fourth round FA Cup tie at the Addicks’ Oakwood ground.

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  • Hayes trusts her teens

    Hayes trusts her teens0

    It wasn’t until the final minute of the first half that Chelsea’s travelling supporters had something to celebrate as Drew Spence slotted the ball past Charlton’s goalie Katie Startup to open the Blues’ account in the fourth round of the FA Cup at The Oakwood, writes Jane Grove. Chelsea, who fielded some of their younger

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