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  • Emma has emergency op

    Emma has emergency op0

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes is taking a break from football to recover from an emergency operation. The club announced on Thursday afternoon that Hayes had undergone a hysterectomy, and now needed “time and patience” to return to full health. Denise Reddy and Paul Green will take over in the dugout at Everton on Sunday when

  • 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

  • Beth knows the laws of the game

    Beth knows the laws of the game0

    Using the dedication of Chelsea striker Beth England as an example, the Football Association has launched a programme to encourage young female footballers to work on careers outside the game, to secure long-term futures after their playing careers end. The FA’s Dual Career guides plot pathways for players, parents, teachers and football club staff to

  • No wonder Hannah’s smiling

    No wonder Hannah’s smiling0

    No wonder Chelsea Women’s right back was smiling as the teams left the pitch on Wednesday night following the Blues’ 2-0 defeat of Birmingham City in the league, to maintain their title challenge, writes Jane Grove. Hannah Blundell knew she was on the brink of signing a two-year extension to her contract, keeping her at

  • Just one point now needed…0

    Eni Aluko’s second-half goal, which gave Chelsea Ladies the cushion they needed against a tenacious Sunderland Ladies team at Kingsmeadow on a rain-soaked Saturday night, means just one point is needed from the remaining two league games of the season to guarantee the title. Assistant manager Paul Green is taking nothing for granted, but the

  • Arsenal? No fear!

    Arsenal? No fear!0

    Do Chelsea Ladies fear Arsenal ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley? Not a bit, insisted Maren Mjelde, left, who has played in a couple of cup finals back home in Norway, but has never enjoyed the experience under the big arch before now. “Fear? No!” insisted Mjelde. “If I went out on to

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