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  • A nine-goal blitz for Blues

    A nine-goal blitz for Blues0

    It was not so much a match as an execution. The man trying to keep the score ran out of paper, and the only question was whether Chelsea Women would get into double figures in their first home game of the new WSL season against Bristol City. But it finished 9-0, with almost everyone in

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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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  • 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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  • No wonder Hannah’s smiling

    No wonder Hannah’s smiling0

    No wonder Chelsea Women’s right back was smiling as the teams left the pitch on Wednesday night following the Blues’ 2-0 defeat of Birmingham City in the league, to maintain their title challenge, writes Jane Grove. Hannah Blundell knew she was on the brink of signing a two-year extension to her contract, keeping her at

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  • We were relentless: Hayes

    We were relentless: Hayes0

    It’s hard to imagine two more starkly contrasting reactions after the Blues’ 8-0 win over the Hammers at the weekend. Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes was fighting the urge to grin like a Cheshire cat, while her predecessor, West Ham coach Matt Beard, looked like he’d lost a winning lottery ticket. But it’s not in

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  • Paris here we come…

    Paris here we come…0

    Chelsea Women head to Paris tomorrow, taking an important 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Women’s Champions League quarter-final against PSG and knowing that their destiny is in their hands, writes Jane Grove. “We’ll approach the second leg with exactly the same vigour and quality we did in the first leg,” said manager

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