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  • Blues triumph in Turin

    Blues triumph in Turin0

    Chelsea Women achieved a famous win in Italy in the Champions League, beating Juventus 2-1. Juve were a tough nut to crack in the cauldron of Turin’s Allianz stadium, but the Blues pulled ahead… then clung on for the victory against ex-Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro’s girls. Chelsea took the lead after 31 minutes through a

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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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  • Ann of Beany Cables

    Ann of Beany Cables0

    In her cable-knit beany hat, cagoule and double tracksuit bottoms, Chelsea Women’s goalie Ann-Katrin Berger shivered in the cold and modestly deflected the praise away from her and towards her defence as she was acclaimed the heroine of the hour for enabling the Blues to lift the Conti Cup. “Everyone is praising what I did

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  • Chelsea lift ‘Arsenal’s trophy’

    Chelsea lift ‘Arsenal’s trophy’0

    Sophie Ingle led the Chelsea Women’s team in fist-pumping whoops of delight on the field as they celebrated squeaking to victory in the League Cup just as opponents Arsenal seemed to have done enough to push an exciting final into extra time. The Reds had all the second-half momentum at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground on

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  • Mateo is an injury doubt

    Mateo is an injury doubt0

    Midfielder Mateo Kovacic is a doubt for Chelsea this weekend as the Blues restart their league campaign by hosting Newcastle. Seeing the Croatian limp off in a draw with Wales would ordinarily depress manager Frank Lampard… but now it merely means a dip into his seemingly bottomless barrel of fresh talent. Calum Hudson-Odoi – pictured

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  • Kick it out! Emma puts boot in

    Kick it out! Emma puts boot in0

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes put the boot into Arsenal this afternoon, in a thrilling end-to-end Barclay’s Womens Super League derby, driving her team on and inspiring them to come from behind to snatch all three points. At the end, as she enjoyed a standing ovation from fans in Kingsmeadow’s main stand, she re-enacted the winner

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