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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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  • Going back to her roots

    Going back to her roots0

    Keeping a large squad happy is proving such a challenge for Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes that she’s turned to her hairdresser for help. With so many quality players to choose from, the problem is the morale of the ones left out of the team, rather than the ones featuring regularly. “Look at my grey

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  • Pupil v Master: Lampard’s on top

    Pupil v Master: Lampard’s on top0

    When they clashed in the league at White Hart Lane, the former student Frank Lampard had the tactical beating of his old mentor Jose Mourinho. It happened again at Stamford Bridge, where Lampard’s 3-4-2-1 formation worked a treat with Olivier Giroud (still smarting after his ‘goal’ was ruled offside against Manchester United on Monday) had

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  • It’s breakthrough time!

    It’s breakthrough time!0

    This season is the breakthrough season for women’s football, Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes believes as she looks forward to a groundbreaking opening tie against Spurs at the holy-of-holies, Stamford Bridge, on Sunday lunchtime. Completely sold out, the match will see Chelsea Women go toe-to-toe with newly promoted Tottenham Women at 12.30pm… a situation Hayes

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