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  • Sam’s goals help set record

    Sam’s goals help set record0

    Clutching an ice pack to her left hip as she was assisted from the pitch after sustaining an injury scoring the third goal in a magnificent hat-trick for Chelsea, Aussie striker Sam Kerr was cheered every step of the way by the fans who had finally been readmitted to Kingsmeadow. Kerr’s heroics ensured a 3-2

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  • Maren? She’s one in a million!

    Maren? She’s one in a million!0

    Chelsea defender Maren Mjelde turned 31 last week, making her the oldest outfield player in the first team and, says manager Emma Hayes, one of the most treasured and valued. “She’s one in a million,” is the Blues gaffer’s verdict. The right back, one of the players of the match in Sunday’s 4-0 victory over

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  • Blues’ win sets new record

    Blues’ win sets new record0

    Though not always at their fluent best for spells of this Remembrance Sunday clash, Chelsea Women finished 4-0 winners against Everton at Kingsmeadow with Pernille Harder scoring the pick of the goals… a 25-yard screamer in the seventh minute of stoppage time. Ref Abi Byrne blew for full time as the match restarted, ending an

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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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  • A nine-goal blitz for Blues

    A nine-goal blitz for Blues0

    It was not so much a match as an execution. The man trying to keep the score ran out of paper, and the only question was whether Chelsea Women would get into double figures in their first home game of the new WSL season against Bristol City. But it finished 9-0, with almost everyone in

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  • Blues stutter in opening game

    Blues stutter in opening game0

    Guro Reiten slipped a congratulatory fingertip touch to Sam Kerr, right, after the Aussie striker put her frustrating Community Shield performance at Wembley behind her by notching Chelsea’s opening goal in the new WSL campaign. But Kerr’s first-half stike, away to Manchester United at Leigh Village on Sunday afternoon, wasn’t enough to clinch a win

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