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  • Ann of Beany Cables

    Ann of Beany Cables0

    In her cable-knit beany hat, cagoule and double tracksuit bottoms, Chelsea Women’s goalie Ann-Katrin Berger shivered in the cold and modestly deflected the praise away from her and towards her defence as she was acclaimed the heroine of the hour for enabling the Blues to lift the Conti Cup. “Everyone is praising what I did

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  • Champions!

    Champions!0

    The corks were popping on the pitch as the Kingston-based Chelsea Women celebrated winning the League Cup against Arsenal up at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground last night. A 2-1 victory, achieved in stoppage time thanks to striker Beth England and some dazzling team build-up play, made certain that the only domestic trophy which Chelsea Women

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  • We have to win to shut up Emma!

    We have to win to shut up Emma!0

    Chelsea have to win the Conti Cup this weekend to stop manager Emma Hayes wittering on about it, says the Blues captain with a grin. “It’s been our mantra for the whole year – winning the Continental Cup,” said Magda Eriksson ahead of Saturday’s final against Arsenal. “We’ve been talking about it all year! We’ve

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  • All-London final, 150 miles away!

    All-London final, 150 miles away!0

    It defies logic, but it is what it is! This year’s Continental Tyres League Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal is being staged in Nottingham. On a smaller scale, it’s a repeat of the situation in 2019 when the Europa League final, also fought between Chelsea and Arsenal, was staged in Baku, Azerbaijan, forcing fans

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  • Callum & Ross earn cup win

    Callum & Ross earn cup win1

    A bravura performance by Callum Hudson-Odoi, who scored one goal and made a second as Chelsea cruised past Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup 3rd round tie on Sunday, means the Blues are in the 4th round, with a trip to Hull City. The lively teenaged midfielder only needed six minutes to score, cutting in

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  • Callum assists, Alvaro scores

    Callum assists, Alvaro scores0

    Two superb crosses from the fleet-footed Callum Hudson-Odoi, and two goals for the confidence-shorn striker Alvaro Morata, were enough to dump Nottingham Forest out of the FA Cup in the 3rd Round on Saturday at Stamford Bridge, in a one-sided tie which still seemed laboured and unconvincing at times. Manager Aitor Karanka had set upREAD MORE
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