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  • Emma is what we aspire to!

    Emma is what we aspire to!0

    If more women used Emma Hayes as a role model, there’d be a lot more female managers in football. That’s the assertion of England’s most-capped player, Rachel Yankey, the public face of a drive to increase the number of women gaining professional coaching badges. “Emma’s a really good friend of mine,” said Rachel, 38, whoseREAD MORE
  • Still unbeaten after tough test

    Still unbeaten after tough test0

    A mistimed header from a player who has been one of the most consistent performers of the season proved that Chelsea Ladies are human after all. Spare a thought for Magda Eriksson, part of the three-woman defence who had – until the weekend’s foray to play Reading – been pivotal in maintaining clean sheets forREAD MORE
  • Poised for Euro success

    Poised for Euro success0

    Chelsea Ladies are poised to reach the quarter-finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time in their history after a convincing 3-0 victory at Kingsmeadow. They travel to Sweden next week for the second leg of the Round of 16 tie confident that if they repeat the performance of November 8 underREAD MORE
  • Girls take centre stage

    Girls take centre stage0

    Chelsea Ladies’ preparation for one of the biggest European matches in their history coincides with FA Girls’ Football Week, an initiative to encourage more female students to take up the game. Free taster football sessions have been staged up and down the country, including one in at Kingston College, just down the road from tomorrowREAD MORE
  • Blues await European night

    Blues await European night0

    Chelsea Ladies face Rosengard under the floodlights at Kingsmeadow this week as the Women's Champions League hots up. Having edged past Bayern Munich in the last phase of the European competition, the Swedish team face the Blues on Wednesday (November 8) at 7.05pm. Tickets remain on sale until mid-afternoon on matchday (details at www.chelseafc.com). ChelseaREAD MORE
  • Bring on the Swedes0

    After Chelsea Ladies’ historic two-legged Champions League victory over mighty Bayern Munich, pictured, the Blues will be at home for the first game against Rosengard of Malmo, Sweden. The match, on Wednesday November 8, is a last-16 tie against a side that will be every bit as tricky to overcome as Bayern. But coach EmmaREAD MORE
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