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  • Nice one, sun

    Nice one, sun0

    A ferocious low winter sun made life difficult for both sides – and may have explained a couple of the goals in a free-scoring league match at Kingsmeadow – but Chelsea eventually crushed Bristol City 6-1 to tee up next weekend’s thriller, and potential league clincher, against Arsenal. Not that manager Emma Hayes would get

  • Blues clinch 3rd spot

    Blues clinch 3rd spot0

    A chaotic three-minute spell at the start of the second half, in which Chelsea scored once and Reading scored twice, summed up the end-of-season feel of the final game of an eventful – if slightly underwhelming – campaign for the Blues. Ji So-Yun, pictured, had put the visitors 1-0 up within eight minutes, but after

  • Patience urns victory0

    Another emphatic win in the Women’s Super League means Chelsea Women go into the Christmas break full of optimism… but they really had to earn their success after dogged defending denied them for more than an hour. With only one stray (and – as the Blues are already through to the next round – relatively

  • A touch too much0

      Chelsea, languishing in fifth place after just one win in five league outings, have made more touches in the opposition box than any other team this season. The latest batch of Opta stats to be published out of Wembley Stadium by the Football Association for the Women’s Super League reveals that the Blues have

  • Sprinting duo lead the charge0

    A dramatic salmon-pink sunset over Surbiton was the backdrop for Chelsea Ladies’ first European night under the floodlights at Kingsmeadow, with Bayern Munich the illustrious visitors. That the Blues achieved a 1-0 victory, with backs against the wall, augers well, while the 2,136 attendance proves there is a local appetite for affordable top-flight women’s football

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