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  • Lionesses set to boost crowds

    Lionesses set to boost crowds0

    England Women’s success so far in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France looks set to boost attendances at all Women’s Super League matches next season. The quarter-final victory against Norway – by an unexpectedly high 3-0 margin – sets up a crunch semi-final for the Lionesses against the USA on Tuesday in Lyon. The

  • Erin’s the one to fear

    Erin’s the one to fear0

    She’s growing up quickly. A few days after the Women’s World Cup in France ends, Erin Cuthbert gets the key of the door. The mighty atom of Chelsea Women’s attacking line turns 21 next month… and she’s the threat that the Lionesses fear as kick-off approaches in the England v Scotland game at 5pm London

  • Chelsea’s poster girl

    Chelsea’s poster girl0

    She’s one of the Lioness poster girls as England’s women’s team head to France at the start of the World Cup… Carly Telford now greets commuters using Kingston station, just down the road from the Blues’ home ground of Kingsmeadow. The poster carries a message from Carly’s family which reads: “Congratulations on being selected for

  • Fran wears No100

    She may wear No14 when she lines up to play for Chelsea, but striker Fran Kirby will wear the No10 shirt when she runs out as a Lioness in the World Cup in France, writes Jane Grove. Fran, and all her team-mates in the ‘pride’, have now been allocated their shirt numbers, and have started

  • Carly’s in the 7-up club

    Carly’s in the 7-up club0

    Chelsea keeper Carly Telford has joined the 7-up club – one of an elite group of four Women’s Super League goalies to keep seven clean sheets this season. As Carly, who celebrates her 32nd birthday on the day of the Women’s World Cup final, prepares to head to France with the rest of the Lionesses

  • Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in

    Carly, Millie, Kaz & Fran are in0

    Four Chelsea players are in the England squad to play in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France next month… but there’s no room for in-form Beth England, despite her prolific recent scoring record, writes Jane Grove. Phil Neville has unveiled the 23 Lionesses, and they include keeper Carly Telford, defender Millie Bright, midfielder Karen

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