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  • Servette fold like napkins

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    It was women against girls as Chelsea, domestic champions and Champions League finalists, found themselves 5-0 up after less than half an hour against Servette of Switzerland… in Geneva. The goals flew in as the Blues’ nifty passing, cool finishing and superior fitness simply crushed their midweek opponents as Servette folded like napkins. Mellie Leupolz

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  • Lauren’s ready to start

    Lauren’s ready to start0

    She’s avoiding me, joked Blues manager Emma Hayes as she chatted about Chelsea-mad striker Lauren James, her frustration at the slow start to her Kingsmeadow career… and her impending debut. Chelsea Women’s not-so-secret weapon is now ready to be unleashed, adding another up-front option to the gaffer’s armoury.   Protected and nurtured by the Blues’

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  • Success breeds success: Emma

    Success breeds success: Emma0

    Bullish Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes is full of optimism ahead of the new Women’s Super League season, which kicks off for her at Arsenal’s cavernous Emirates stadium on Sunday lunchtime. “Success breeds success,” she said, reflecting on two seasons of abundant silverware, and the hopes of a third league title on the trot. “I’m

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  • Super Blues lift league title

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    Chelsea lifted the Women’s Super League trophy on Sunday afternoon after a comprehensive 5-0 win against a dogged Reading side. To cap a remarkable domestic season, Sam Kerr won the golden boot and Ann-Katrin Berger the golden glove for their scoring and keeping prowess respectively. The Women’s FA Cup and Champions League are still within

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  • The golden goose

    The golden goose0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes wants her players to act like geese as they face the most important week in the club’s history. Facing the critical last day of the league season on Sunday, when the Blues have to win to guarantee retaining last year’s ‘Covid title’, she urged the squad to follow the birds,

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  • Maren on the mend

    Maren on the mend0

    The pressure is on Chelsea Women next week, as two matches in four days hold the key to determining whether the Blues can retain the league title and advance to their first Champions League final. On Wednesday 21st, Chelsea travel to Manchester City’s Academy stadium for an evening game which will largely decide the destination

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