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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

  • Maren Mjelde: queen of cool

    Maren Mjelde: queen of cool0

    If Chelsea Women are awarded a penalty in their Sunday lunchtime game against Everton – a team who are punching above their weight this season – expect an ice-cool Norwegian to step up and take the kick. Maren Mjelde scored from the spot against Manchester United (pictured below, as the packed Chemflow End held their

  • Emma’s strictly confidential

    Emma’s strictly confidential0

    Blues manager Emma Hayes – pictured lapping up the fans’ adulation after defeating the Gunners – is keeping her tactical secrets to herself, rather than telegraphing them to other coaches. She refused to reveal the precise instructions she gave her team at half-time in the London derby against Arsenal, who bounced back from their weekend

  • Bring on the Swedes0

    After Chelsea Ladies’ historic two-legged Champions League victory over mighty Bayern Munich, pictured, the Blues will be at home for the first game against Rosengard of Malmo, Sweden. The match, on Wednesday November 8, is a last-16 tie against a side that will be every bit as tricky to overcome as Bayern. But coach Emma

  • Sprinting duo lead the charge0

    A dramatic salmon-pink sunset over Surbiton was the backdrop for Chelsea Ladies’ first European night under the floodlights at Kingsmeadow, with Bayern Munich the illustrious visitors. That the Blues achieved a 1-0 victory, with backs against the wall, augers well, while the 2,136 attendance proves there is a local appetite for affordable top-flight women’s football

  • These Ladies have ‘six’ appeal0

    Anything you can do, we can do better, whistled Chelsea Ladies while demolishing Bristol City 6-0 at Kingsmeadow… the day after the boys beat Stoke 4-0 away. Hard to say which is more impressive; the Ladies breezing to glory without six of their strongest players, or the men making it look easy at the daunting

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