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  • Blues in the driving seat

    Blues in the driving seat0

    It wasn’t the most convincing display as Chelsea Women beat Tottenham 2-1 at Kingsmeadow to maintain their grip on top spot in the table… but it was enough. The frustration of manager Emma Hayes was clear on a nippy Thursday night under the floodlights in Norbiton, but it was hard to criticise the players. When

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  • Semis loom for Chelsea

    Semis loom for Chelsea0

    Within hours of each other, Chelsea’s men and women play mirror FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday… the men (in yellow) at Wembley, and the women at Arsenal’s Boreham Wood ground. Emma Hayes mused that, with a sell-out crowd at the Gooners’ stadium, the time must be approaching when the women’s semis could also be staged

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  • Beth’s back as Blues hit 9

    Beth’s back as Blues hit 90

    Beth England (pictured) is back on form as Chelsea Women shot to the top of the league with an overwhelming 9-0 away win at Leicester. In a remarkably one-sided match, the Blues were 3-0 up in just seven minutes, then refused to take their foot off the gas as they pummelled the Foxes and leapfrogged

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  • Red card meant there was only going to be one winner

    Red card meant there was only going to be one winner0

    Hollyfield student HARRY CASTLE (that’s him above) was at the recent Chelsea Women v Leicester City Women match at Kingsmeadow, in the press box, writing his first match report as he aims for a career in sports journalism. Here it is…       The game started with Chelsea Women the clear favourites to beat

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  • It’s now Emma’s club!

    It’s now Emma’s club!0

    As Emma Hayes was watching Chelsea Women thrashing Leicester City 7-0 in the 5th Round of the FA Cup (the stadium announcer played the Magnificent Seven theme to celebrate), Roman Abramovich was thrashing out the words of a statement handing her the reins of power! The oligarch ceded stewardship of his club to the trustees

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  • Blues net another cup final

    Blues net another cup final0

    Jess Carter is congratulated by her team-mates on her goal as ex-Blue Hannah Blundell walks off disconsolately in the Conti Cup    Pic: Chelsea FC   Chelsea’s pace and grit knocked a threatening Man Utd women’s team out of the Conti Cup in an action-packed semi under the lights at Kingsmeadow, setting up a third

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