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  • Blame the wasp for 3-0 win

    Blame the wasp for 3-0 win0

    Spurs were already trailing 2-0 to Chelsea at White Hart Lane when – with 20 minutes remaining – Thomas Tuchel brought on Timo Werner as a sub for Kai Havertz. “He’s bringing Werner on,” I said helpfully to a Tottenham journalist with his head buried in his laptop, who was sitting alongside me in the

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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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  • Fran goes bananas for Xmas

    Fran goes bananas for Xmas0

    Chelsea have sent its women players food hampers as they face a week and a half of self-isolation across Christmas following a string of positive Covid tests. It’s a gesture that has been appreciated by the players. “Thanks so much Chelsea for this amazing hamper getting us through Christmas,” said Beth England, while Fran Kirby

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  • Covid crisis hits Chelsea

    Covid crisis hits Chelsea0

    A string of positive Covid tests in the Chelsea Women’s camp means that Sunday’s scheduled London derby against Tottenham in the Women’s Super League has been cancelled. It is believed that three or four of the squad that defeated Benfica on Wednesday night at Kingsmeadow have failed Covid tests, so Spurs have agreed to postpone

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  • Erin’s rocket adds to fireworks

    Erin’s rocket adds to fireworks0

    There were fireworks on the pitch as well as overhead at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday night as London rivals Chelsea and Spurs squared up in the Conti Cup. The linos ran their socks off keeping pace with the end-to-end action in this scrappy, gritty contest which saw Blues sub Jessie Fleming yellow-carded in the women’s league

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  • Looking Erin in the eye

    Looking Erin in the eye0

    In a move which could be repeated at other stages of this Covid-skewed season, Chelsea are giving fans currently excluded from Kingsmeadow a ‘free pass’ to the next match. Next week’s Conti Cup group game against Spurs, on Tuesday November 3 at 7pm, will be streamed live and free on the Chelsea website, YouTube, apps

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