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  • Use men’s grounds for Europe!

    Use men’s grounds for Europe!0

    Blues boss Emma Hayes wants English women’s teams who compete in the Champions League to play those matches at the men’s grounds. She believes that making it mandatory to stage European football nights at big stadiums will help boost the women’s game. She has also flagged up serious concerns about the state of some pitches

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  • Blues maintain the race to glory

    Blues maintain the race to glory0

    Chelsea Women hung on to top spot in the Women’s Super League with an impressive 5-0 victory at a chilly Kingsmeadow, with both Beth England and Sam Kerr scoring twice. England’s second came via a well-struck penalty in stoppage time… although Kerr was still on the pitch and could have tried to pinch the ball

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  • Beth’s back as Blues hit 9

    Beth’s back as Blues hit 90

    Beth England (pictured) is back on form as Chelsea Women shot to the top of the league with an overwhelming 9-0 away win at Leicester. In a remarkably one-sided match, the Blues were 3-0 up in just seven minutes, then refused to take their foot off the gas as they pummelled the Foxes and leapfrogged

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  • Oh brother! It’s Lauren’s debut

    Oh brother! It’s Lauren’s debut0

    Debutante Lauren James skips past Servette’s Laura Felber as the Blues won 1-0  Pic: Chelsea FC     When Chelsea and England right back Reece James turned up at Kingsmeadow on Thursday night, 23 minutes into the Champions League match against Servette, you sensed he might have had a tip-off.  Sure enough, five minutes before

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  • Servette fold like napkins

    Servette fold like napkins0

    It was women against girls as Chelsea, domestic champions and Champions League finalists, found themselves 5-0 up after less than half an hour against Servette of Switzerland… in Geneva. The goals flew in as the Blues’ nifty passing, cool finishing and superior fitness simply crushed their midweek opponents as Servette folded like napkins. Mellie Leupolz

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  • Blues put SIX past United

    Blues put SIX past United0

    In a majestic away performance in Manchester, Chelsea Women offered a textbook example of teamwork and squadwork, putting six goals past United to underline just how good the side are, from top to toe. Even the evergreen Drew Spence got in on the act, coming on as one of the subs to score her first

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