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  • Frantastic display at Reading0

    Chelsea Women can go top when – Covid permitting – they host Manchester United at Kingsmeadow on Sunday. It follows a majestic Madejski show against Reading, with Fran Kirby scoring four of the Blues’ five goals without reply, leaving the champions second in the table. “While Fran scored four goals, and four brilliant goals, it

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  • Brighton beached by Kerr header0

    Chelsea Woman won a hard-fought Sunday lunchtime league game away at Brighton to maintain their drive for the title in what is proving a very close Barclays FA Women’s Super League. It was thanks to a goal from forward Sam Kerr that the Blues managed to leave with all three points. Though restricted by a

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  • Blues net five in Portugal0

    Chelsea Women scorched through the first leg of their Champions League opener against Benfica, finishing 5-0 winners ahead of the second leg at Kingsmeadow next week. It was a comprehensive performance, with the Blues handling defence-to-attack transitions with aplomb, keeping cool possession and making accurate passes under pressure, and turning their advantage into goals at

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  • Emma Hayes is crowned queen0

    Chelsea Women’s gaffer Emma Hayes has been crowned queen of the WSL after winning most fan nominations in a manager-of-the-season and team-of-the-season poll organised by the BBC at the tail end of this strange, truncated footballing year. Blues players Beth England, Magda Eriksson and Millie Bright feature in the team of the year, alongside a

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  • River runs keep Magda fit0

    Chelsea Women’s captain Magda Eriksson runs along the riverside in Kingston and Hampton Wick as part of her fitness regime during the pandemic lockdown. Magda, 26, said she is maintaining “a positive spirit” during the crisis, having borrowed a couple of pieces of exercise equipment from the near-deserted Cobham training ground to occupy her time

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  • We’re up for the cup0

    As Emma Hayes prepares to lead her team into battle against Arsenal in the first showpiece cup final of the season, the Chelsea manager has given her players the best possible chance of lifting the one piece of domestic silverware the club has yet to win. “This is Arsenal’s trophy!” said Hayes, pointing to the

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