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  • Kerr-by combo strikes again

    Kerr-by combo strikes again0

    Chelsea Women kept up the momentum at the top of the WSL with a 3-0 victory under the floodlights at Everton. Playing at Walton Hall Park on Wednesday night, the Blues went ahead after 14 minutes when Sam Kerr once again linked up with Fran Kirby to set up the little No14 to score after

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  • Chelsea firm up top spot

    Chelsea firm up top spot0

    Chelsea cemented top spot in the Women’s Super League on the last day before the international break with a 5-0 win at Bristol City. The result was an important sighter ahead of next month’s Conti Cup final, which sees the teams meet at Watford’s ground, and has improved the Blues’ goal difference… a factor which

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  • Blues bounce back in style

    Blues bounce back in style0

    Chelsea put the weekend’s shock defeat by Brighton behind them and fired three cracking goals past arch rivals Arsenal at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow to re-energise their campaign to become the first Women’s Super League side to retain the title. “Sometimes you need a defeat to wake you up,” said manager Emma Hayes. It was

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  • Blues reach cup final in style

    Blues reach cup final in style0

    The previous time Chelsea and West Ham met, three weeks before Christmas at Kingsmeadow, Sam Kerr scored a hat-trick. On Wednesday night the teams met again, and this time Pernille Harder left with the match ball, netting half the goals in a 6-0 whitewash. In a compelling Conti Cup semi-final, Chelsea Women triumphed… yet the

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  • Magda: I aim to manage Blues

    Magda: I aim to manage Blues0

    Days after Chelsea manager Emma Hayes tipped Magda Eriksson to make the step up to coaching the Blues at some stage in future, the captain admitted it was her dream too. Eriksson, 27, is one of several senior players in the team currently taking her Uefa B coaching licence. “It’s a massive honour that she

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  • Blues cruise after 1st-half snooze

    Blues cruise after 1st-half snooze0

    Chelsea cemented their place at the top of the Women’s Super League with a 4-0 victory against Spurs at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow on Sunday. Yet for the first 20 minutes of this engrossing match, it was Tottenham who dominated, pinning the Blues back in their half as they kept possession and carving out a

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