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  • Erin’s on target

    Erin’s on target0

    After the international break, which saw Chelsea’s pocket superstar Erin Cuthbert hit the target as Scotland beat Iceland 4-1 in the Algarve Cup, the Blues have two away games in quick succession, writes Jane Grove. First up, Wednesday evening’s clash with Liverpool in the WSL at Prenton Park, followed by the lunchtime kick-off against Durham in

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  • Magda’s beautiful bicycle0

        It’s a goal she must have scored 1,000 times in her dreams… an overhead gem which Magda Eriksson rifled home against Liverpool to give Chelsea Women a morale-boosting victory ahead of their midweek Champions League trip to Italy. The defender met Erin Cuthbert’s corner kick – one of nine won by the Blues,

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  • Late goal robs Blues of points0

      Chelsea so nearly grabbed all three points against Liverpool in one of the most entertainingly end-to-end matches of recent months… but old boy Daniel Sturridge came on as a sub to score a wondergoal a minute from time to wipe out Eden Hazard’s first-half strike. Yet the eye-catching performance of the game was from

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  • Hazarding a guess0

      A translator one side of him (though he barely needs one now) and a pink-shirted press officer the other, Morrie Sarri shared his thoughts on Eden Hazard, Liverpool and the universe ahead of Saturday’s late-afternoon clash with Liverpool that could help define Chelsea’s season – and the Scousers’ title challenge. Sarri is upbeat and

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  • Simply invincible

    Simply invincible0

    They’ve done it! Chelsea Ladies will go down in history as one of the great invincible teams – getting through an entire league season without defeat. At Prenton Park, on the final day of a glorious title-winning campaign, they came back from the dead in one of the turnarounds of recent years. Losing 2-0 to

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  • Blues creating history

    Blues creating history0

    There’s always something special about beating Liverpool, and it has a lot to do with the Reds’ superiority complex. While Scousers bleat on about other clubs not having any history, the irony seems to be lost that a glittering past can actually be a millstone round the neck; a golden backstory that merely serves to

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