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  • Sam’s start? Blame the flu!

    Sam’s start? Blame the flu!0

    It was an outbreak of flu that swept through Chelsea’s training ground at Cobham last week that led to Sam Kerr making her debut against Reading at the weekend, revealed the gaffer. Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, cradling her son Harry during the post-match touchline press conference after the 3-1 league win, said that so many

  • Sam inspires victory

    Sam inspires victory0

    New signing Sam Kerr made her debut for Chelsea in an exciting, end-to-end duel against Reading… but it was her effect on the rest of the Blues team that most pleased manager Emma Hayes. Playing alongside Beth England as part of a two-pronged Chelsea attack, Kerr made a good, workmanlike contribution to her first club

  • Blues outclassed by Royals

    Blues outclassed by Royals0

    As Chelsea Women warmed up in the freezing night air in their customary blur of bodies at a bitterly cold Kingsmeadow on the night before the election, they were confident of a cup win against Reading, writes Jane Grove. But the Royals had other ideas. They flew at Chelsea, denying the home side the space

  • Blues clinch 3rd spot

    Blues clinch 3rd spot0

    A chaotic three-minute spell at the start of the second half, in which Chelsea scored once and Reading scored twice, summed up the end-of-season feel of the final game of an eventful – if slightly underwhelming – campaign for the Blues. Ji So-Yun, pictured, had put the visitors 1-0 up within eight minutes, but after

  • Hayes focuses her team

    Hayes focuses her team0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has one of the toughest tasks on her hands over the next few days – keeping her squad focused and fighting for the final two league games of what has been a bittersweet season. The fact that, in the great scheme of things, the matches are almost meaningless in terms

  • Season’s finale shifts

    Season’s finale shifts0

    The final round of fixtures in this year’s FA Women’s Super League has shifted forwards 24 hours. It means that the women’s matches will no longer happen at the same time that the men are playing their title/relegation deciders, giving renewed hope to those who were starting to despair that the authorities would ever take

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