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  • Blues beat City in united display

    Blues beat City in united display0

    Chelsea made an emphatic statement at Kingsmeadow on Sunday, defeating arch rivals Manchester City 3-1 as the summer signings showed they’d bedded in properly, and the team showed a united, purposeful front. At times it was frantic end-to-end stuff, but the Blues always had the edge, and as dark clouds rolled away to be replaced

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  • Mighty Mouse strikes again

    Mighty Mouse strikes again0

    Mighty mouse Fran Kirby is on a mission. The Chelsea star, who stands a mere 5ft 2in (including studs) is playing like a woman possessed… determined to make up for the months lost to the medical condition that threatened her career. It was she, rather than the lofty Birmingham defenders, who soared like a Bonfire

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  • Life without fans: Lamps speaks

    Life without fans: Lamps speaks0

    A deserted London Stadium awaits Chelsea tomorrow evening when they travel across the capital to face West Ham. And that will be different, concedes Blues manager Frank Lampard via Zoom as he looks ahead to the game. Football without fans is unsettling, he agrees, but it’s equally unsettling for everyone. “It’ll be different; we’ve all

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  • Blues beat the heat (& City)

    Blues beat the heat (& City)0

    Chelsea’s first home game after the lockdown break showed that Frank Lampard’s team is still advancing. Despite having to weather endless Manchester City onslaughts in the evening heat at an echoey Stamford Bridge, the Blues emerged 2-1 winners, in the process deposing the reigning champions and gifting Liverpool their first title since Margaret Thatcher was

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  • Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’

    Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’0

    “We’ll roll with the new normal,” pledged Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, looking ahead to next season after the Blues were declared winners of the last. In an interview via Zoom, the 43-year-old said she was delighted that the FA had decided that “the most appropriate sporting outcome” of the abandoned Women’s Super League season

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  • Chelsea Women start afresh

    Chelsea Women start afresh0

    Chelsea Women, and the other teams in the Women’s Super League and Championship, have agreed to do the sensible thing – officially end this virus-interrupted season and focus entirely on starting afresh in August. Unlike the Premier League, both the WSL and Championship decided “in the best interest of the women’s game” to call it

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