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  • Blues bounce back in style

    Blues bounce back in style0

    Chelsea Women bounced back from their defeat at Arsenal to gain the first three points of the season against Everton in a comprehensive win beamed to tens of thousands on telly. The 4-0 victory at Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime saw Jess Carter shift to become the central defender in a three-strong back line, and professionally

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  • Cheers! Blues get to final

    Cheers! Blues get to final0

    Swigging bubbly at her post-match press conference, an overjoyed Emma Hayes saluted her team on reaching the first Champions League final in Chelsea Women’s history after a deserved victory over Bayern Munich at Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime. The Blues’ manager has made no secret of her desire to win the biggest trophy in Europe, and

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  • Cream-crackered!

    Cream-crackered!0

    Chelsea have it all to do in the second leg of their Champions League semi against a strong Bayern side, trailing 2-1 after their trip to Germany. Although Ji So-Yun hit the underside of the bar with a fine volley that bounced down and away in the second half, an equaliser for the Women’s Super

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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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