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  • Chelsea Women at the double

    Chelsea Women at the double0

    Chelsea Women will play in the Community Shield at Wembley later this month as part of a historic double-header. The women’s team, whose home is Kingsmeadow, Kingston, will face Manchester City Women on Saturday August 29, just hours before the men’s traditional curtain-raiser. However, both matches will be behind closed doors, with no fans attending

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  • A critical point: Emma Hayes

    A critical point: Emma Hayes0

    Emma Hayes wasn’t a picture of contentment after the 3-3 draw at Manchester City, but she’s a realist and she knows the critical importance of even a single point as we approach the sharp end of this eventful season. “It was more like a basketball match than a chess match,” she said, shaking her head

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  • Millie has belief

    Millie has belief0

    Millie Bright, Beth England and Carly Telford have been named as part of Phil Neville’s 23-strong squad to compete in the SheBelieves Cup in the States next month, writes Jane Grove. The England manager picked Chelsea’s defender, striker and goalie to take part in the four-team round-robin tournament which starts on March 6. The Lionesses

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  • Red wall buckles under blue wave

    Red wall buckles under blue wave0

    Chelsea Women have made it through to the quarter-finals of the FA cup thanks to a wonder volley from midfielder Guro Reiten, writes Jane Grove. The Norwegian international buried the ball in the back of Liverpool goalie Anke Preuss’ net in a first half which saw a resilient Red Devil side thwart a steady wave

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  • The Comeback Queens

    The Comeback Queens0

    In one of the most impressive comebacks seen at Kingsmeadow for a long while, Chelsea Women turned defeat into victory in the space of three breathless minutes to beat Manchester City and maintain their Women’s Super League title tilt. The game looked up just before the hour mark when Caroline Weir lashed a ferocious left-foot

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  • The Comeback Queens

    The Comeback Queens0

    Chelsea Women proved themselves the Comeback Queens at Manchester on Sunday, clawing back a two-goal deficit in the wind-affected Academy Stadium to leave the field with a spring in their step. Manager Emma Hayes was delighted with the fightback as the second half went all Chelsea’s way… assisted by City markswoman Nikita Parris missing two

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