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  • The golden goose

    The golden goose0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes wants her players to act like geese as they face the most important week in the club’s history. Facing the critical last day of the league season on Sunday, when the Blues have to win to guarantee retaining last year’s ‘Covid title’, she urged the squad to follow the birds,

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  • TT: there’s no time to waste

    TT: there’s no time to waste0

    There’s no time to waste, insists Thomas Tuchel as he settles into a managerial seat still warm from the last incumbent. Things move swiftly at Chelsea, and the new gaffer was no sooner finished his midweek 0-0 draw against Wolves than he was setting up his team to face Burnley at the Bridge on Sunday.

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  • You don’t know what you’re doing

    You don’t know what you’re doing0

    With the kind of logic only Chelsea FC’s board understands, Frank Lampard was allowed to steer his team to last 16 of the FA Cup on Sunday, then sacked. The latest banner to be unfurled and suspended at Stamford Bridge – flapping in the icy air as the Blues beat Luton Town 3-1 – read:

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  • Na-Na-Na-Na, Bye Ramona!

    Na-Na-Na-Na, Bye Ramona!0

    The Chelsea Women’s player with the best fans’ song has transferred to Paris Saint-Germain. The Blues’ Swiss miss, Ramona Bachmann, has signed a two-year deal with PSG, and is already in training with her new club. The 29-year-old joined Chelsea from VfL Wolfsburg in January 2017, making 88 appearances and scoring 19 goals. Her ‘theme’

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  • Magnifique!

    Magnifique!0

    Chelsea Women have reached the semis of the Champions League for the second year in succession after a magnificent late winner by Maren Mjelde in the French capital against Paris Saint-Germain. Just when it looked like the quarter-final second leg was going to extra time, after PSG had clawed back the two-goal advantage the Blues

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  • Paris here we come…

    Paris here we come…0

    Chelsea Women head to Paris tomorrow, taking an important 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Women’s Champions League quarter-final against PSG and knowing that their destiny is in their hands, writes Jane Grove. “We’ll approach the second leg with exactly the same vigour and quality we did in the first leg,” said manager

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