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  • Five alive: Blues reach semis

    Five alive: Blues reach semis0

    Chelsea Women breezed through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a 5-0 win over Birmingham City in the Kingsmeadow sunshine, with manager Emma Hayes keeping key players in reserve for Wednesday night’s crucial league clash with Spurs which could see Chelsea go top of the league. Beth England started up front for the

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  • Outclassed Blues lose final

    Outclassed Blues lose final0

    Eclipsed and outclassed, Chelsea Women had no answer to Manchester City’s grit and determination as the Sky Blues finally ended a long jinx and lifted the Conti Cup – denying Emma Hayes a third trophy on the trot. Player of the match Caroline Weir scored twice, while Ellen White was also on the scoresheet as

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  • Showdown looms!

    Showdown looms!0

    Naimh Charles dashed over to meet fans at the end of Chelsea’s hard-fought win over City on Sunday afternoon    Picture: Morris Thain   Chelsea Women’s hard-earned 1-0 victory over Manchester City at a sunny Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime tees up a showdown match against Arsenal, under the lights on Friday night. Although it won’t

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  • Blues net another cup final

    Blues net another cup final0

    Jess Carter is congratulated by her team-mates on her goal as ex-Blue Hannah Blundell walks off disconsolately in the Conti Cup    Pic: Chelsea FC   Chelsea’s pace and grit knocked a threatening Man Utd women’s team out of the Conti Cup in an action-packed semi under the lights at Kingsmeadow, setting up a third

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  • Blues crash out of Europe

    Blues crash out of Europe0

    Despite putting out the strongest team she could, Emma Hayes had to accept that Chelsea Women were simply not good enough after they slumped to a 4-0 defeat in Germany in the Champions League on Thursday night… and were dumped out of Europe.  After losing first-choice goalie Ann-Katrin Berger to Covid, deputy Zecira Musovic was

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  • Blues waltz to cup glory

    Blues waltz to cup glory0

    Chelsea waltzed to victory in Sunday’s FA Cup final, outclassing league leaders Arsenal and completing a belated treble in a fixture delayed from the spring because of Covid. Sam Kerr scored twice, and could have had half a dozen with a little more precision as chance after chance was created by an integrated, focused and

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