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  • Todd’s passionate, says Hayes

    Todd’s passionate, says Hayes0

    Chelsea managers Emma Hayes and Thomas Tuchel sat down to lunch with new owner Todd Boehly at the Cobham training ground on Friday ahead of their respective Wembley cup finals, with Hayes reporting that the American billionaire seems ‘passionate’ about the club. Hayes, who will lead out Chelsea Women ahead of kick-off at 2.30pm on

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  • Blues in the driving seat

    Blues in the driving seat0

    It wasn’t the most convincing display as Chelsea Women beat Tottenham 2-1 at Kingsmeadow to maintain their grip on top spot in the table… but it was enough. The frustration of manager Emma Hayes was clear on a nippy Thursday night under the floodlights in Norbiton, but it was hard to criticise the players. When

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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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  • Jonna’s a gonna

    Jonna’s a gonna0

    Blues defender Jonna Andersson is quitting Chelsea Women at the end of this season to return to her native Sweden. The 29-year-old has been bumped down the pecking order at Kingsmeadow after the arrival of left-sided Russian defender Alsu Abdullina. She also had to relinquish her No20 shirt when striker Sam Kerr arrived at the

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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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  • Blues look to the west

    Blues look to the west0

    With Chelsea Women hosting Reading on Sunday, while the men welcome Brentford, no one is having to travel too far for their football as the icy winds encircle the capital. Kingsmeadow is the stage for Chelsea v Reading on Sunday evening at the strange time of 6.45pm, with the Blues and the Gunners now potentially

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