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  • Carter’s the star in Europe

    Carter’s the star in Europe0

    Chelsea cruised through to the semi-final stage of the Women’s Champions League, beating their nemesis Wolfsburg 3-0 (5-1 on aggregate) in a one-sided game which sums up their current confidence and belief, with Jess Carter – making only her third start of the season – the stand-out star. The Blues controlled the second leg of

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  • Blues edge tight quarter-final

    Blues edge tight quarter-final0

    At times it was a result which looked in doubt, but Chelsea overcame their demons to beat Wolfsburg in the first leg of the quarter-final of the Champions League against their bogey team to set up a thrilling return. A 2-1 win in Budapest seemed unlikely after a goalless first half which showed why Wolfsburg

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  • The Wolf’s at the door

    The Wolf’s at the door0

    After being showered with praise by boss Roman Abramovich, Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has to repay the faith by inspiring her team to a good performance in the midweek first leg of the Champions League quarter-final. Wolfsburg have been Chelsea’s bogey team in the past, but a lot of water has flowed under the

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  • Not you again!

    Not you again!0

    A collective groan went around Chelsea fans as the draw for the next round of the Women’s Champions League was announced on Friday as the Blues found themselves paired with bogey team Wolfsburg. The difference this time, however, is that the Blues have snaffled the German team’s top asset, Pernille Harder. Her insight into the

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  • Atletico pay the penalty

    Atletico pay the penalty0

    In an extraordinary night of European drama at Kingsmeadow, Chelsea Women were reduced to 10 players within the first quarter of an hour, and conceded two penalties… yet emerged 2-0 victors against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16. With the away leg of this double header to come on neutral turf in

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  • Blues’ record run finally ends

    Blues’ record run finally ends0

    Chelsea’s new sponsored shorts didn’t bring them luck as unfancied Brighton pulled off one of the shock results of the season on Sunday, ending the Blues’ record-breaking unbeaten run at Kingsmeadow. The Seagulls fought for every ball to achieve a deserved 2-1 victory at a ground that had become a fortress for Chelsea after 33

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