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  • ‘Special K’ link up again

    ‘Special K’ link up again0

    Chelsea eased past Aston Villa in the Women’s Super League on Sunday with a much-changed team as Emma Hayes kept half an eye on the looming second leg of the Champions League. It was a chance for squad players to shine, with Hannah Blundell and Jess Carter in the starting line-up among the six alterations

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  • Chelsea firm up top spot

    Chelsea firm up top spot0

    Chelsea cemented top spot in the Women’s Super League on the last day before the international break with a 5-0 win at Bristol City. The result was an important sighter ahead of next month’s Conti Cup final, which sees the teams meet at Watford’s ground, and has improved the Blues’ goal difference… a factor which

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  • Blues bounce back in style

    Blues bounce back in style0

    Chelsea put the weekend’s shock defeat by Brighton behind them and fired three cracking goals past arch rivals Arsenal at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow to re-energise their campaign to become the first Women’s Super League side to retain the title. “Sometimes you need a defeat to wake you up,” said manager Emma Hayes. It was

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  • Ji hits ton as fans return

    Ji hits ton as fans return0

    Chelsea’s Korean midfielder Ji So-Yun will become the first non-Brit to reach 100 appearances in the Women’s Super League if she’s selected on Sunday lunchtime for the London derby against West Ham… in front of real fans once again. In all, 700 supporters are being allowed into Kingsmeadow, each having to fill in a two-side

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  • Blues’ win sets new record

    Blues’ win sets new record0

    Though not always at their fluent best for spells of this Remembrance Sunday clash, Chelsea Women finished 4-0 winners against Everton at Kingsmeadow with Pernille Harder scoring the pick of the goals… a 25-yard screamer in the seventh minute of stoppage time. Ref Abi Byrne blew for full time as the match restarted, ending an

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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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