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  • Blues put SIX past United

    Blues put SIX past United0

    In a majestic away performance in Manchester, Chelsea Women offered a textbook example of teamwork and squadwork, putting six goals past United to underline just how good the side are, from top to toe. Even the evergreen Drew Spence got in on the act, coming on as one of the subs to score her first

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  • Blues face Utd, live on telly

    Blues face Utd, live on telly0

    Emma Hayes’ Chelsea team are heading up to Manchester today for a lunchtime clash with United at Leigh Sports Village… a game that will be live on BBC2 as broadcasters wake up to the growing importance of the women’s game. Although United have won their first two fixtures of the season, the Blues will be

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  • Is Beth heading north?

    Is Beth heading north?0

    The signing of striker Lauren James from Manchester United for £200,000 – a record fee between Women’s Super League clubs – means that Chelsea Women have an embarrassment of riches up front. While it means that the 19-year-old forward gets a move to London to be nearer her family (including brother Reece, the Blues’ right

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  • Ave, Maria!

    Ave, Maria!0

    Farewell, Maria. As foretold by The Good Life after the Chelsea v Manchester United match at the weekend, the 27-year-old Norwegian defender/midfielder Maria Thorisdottir has left Kingsmeadow to join United. Maria (pictured, right, alongside fellow Norwegian international Maren Mjelde) sat in the stand alongside Jess Carter for Sunday’s match, which finished in a 2-1 win

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  • Blues beat Utd to top table

    Blues beat Utd to top table0

    Chelsea are back on top of the table after a 2-1 thriller at Kingsmeadow in the low winter sun on Sunday, beating Manchester United and setting a new record in the Women’s Super League of 31 games unbeaten. “To be undefeated for two years is unbelievable,” said manager Emma Hayes afterwards, pointing out, however, that

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  • I’ve had Covid, says Emma

    I’ve had Covid, says Emma0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has had Covid-19; it was a worrying time, but she pulled through after a bout of isolation over the festive season. She revealed her own personal tussle with the virus as she spoke ahead of her team’s eagerly anticipated crunch game with high-flyers Manchester United. Sunday afternoon pits first against

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