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  • Millie pulls out of squad

    Millie pulls out of squad0

    Millie Bright, Chelsea Women’s star defender, has pulled out of the Lionesses squad which is playing Brazil this weekend, because of injury. It is a huge disappointment to the centre back, but it gives her a longer recovery time ahead of Chelsea Women’s crunch clash with Arsenal at Kingsmeadow on October 13. Bright played the

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  • England for England again

    England for England again0

    She’s back in the England squad! In-form striker Beth England is one of the four Chelsea players named by Phil Neville in the Lionesses squad to face Brazil and Portugal. England hopes to start at home to Brazil and away to Portugal on, respectively, October 5 and 8. Also named in the squad, goalie Carly

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  • Bridge to host opener

    Bridge to host opener0

    Building on the buzz around the Women’s World Cup, Chelsea Women’s first fixture of the new season will be staged at Stamford Bridge. Tickets will be free to the match on Sunday 8 September – a London derby against newly promoted Spurs. Fans can each reserve four tickets. With the Women’s Super League now sponsored

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  • What is the REAL legacy?

    What is the REAL legacy?0

    What is the ‘legacy’ of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – or ‘the World Cup’ as it’s now talked of in a way unimaginable just months ago? The word is bandied around a lot, with much gushing talk about girls everywhere being inspired by the Lionesses’ ultimately unsuccessful campaign. But is it true? The

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  • Kaz calls time

    Kaz calls time0

    Chelsea captain and Lioness Kaz Carney has decided to retire from football… at the top of her game, and with the spotlight still on her at the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The midfielder from Surbiton will sign off after the Lionesses conclude their campaign against Sweden in Nice on Saturday. England manager Phil Neville is

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  • Yankee do is dandy

    Yankee do is dandy0

    This is the USA’s star winger, left-wing dynamo Crystal Dunn, as Blues fans remember her from more than a year ago… scampering up and down Kingsmeadow, delivering smart crosses into the danger zone, then tracking back to bolster the defence. Her role has changed since she left Chelsea – she’s more of a wing-back than

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