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  • It’s cool for cats

    It’s cool for cats0

    They’re cool cats! That’s Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes’ verdict on the new players drafted into her side this summer ahead of the first WSL match of the new season. From strikers Catarina Macario (from Lyon) and Mia Fishel (who Hayes has already dubbed ‘Big Fish’) to experienced defender Ash Lawrence and England reserve keeper

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  • Blues face Roma in friendly

    Blues face Roma in friendly0

    Chelsea Women start their build-up to the new Women’s Super League season this weekend with a friendly against Roma at Kingsmeadow, where (above) scarf sellers are further testament to growth in the women’s game.  OK, schools are still on holiday, so it’s even possible for youngsters to come to an evening match… but who in

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  • Chelsea stars in the World Cup

    Chelsea stars in the World Cup0

    The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Oz and New Zealand, with a shoal of Chelsea stars in action… sometimes playing against each other! Matches are being split between BBC and ITV, but the time difference means that games are live in the UK between 6am and noon. It all builds up to the final

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  • Trophy is within Chelsea’s grasp

    Trophy is within Chelsea’s grasp0

    Atmosphere. That’s what Emma Hayes, pictured, is urging Chelsea Women fans to create tomorrow (Sunday) at their home ground – Kingsmeadow.  The Blues’ manager, nominated for the Women’s Super League manager of the season award (she has already won the title five times), is hoping for a bumper crowd to raise the rafters with their

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  • Potter potters off

    Potter potters off0

    His tenure as Chelsea manager had been hanging by a thread for weeks, but the club finally decided to act a day after Aston Villa had inflicted a 2-0 defeat on the Blues at Stamford Bridge. The new American owners had stuck by their man overnight. He was, after all, their choice. Indeed, on Sunday

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  • Chelsea triumph over Lyon

    Chelsea triumph over Lyon0

    Chelsea are through to the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League after beating reigning title holders Lyon in a night of high drama at Stamford Bridge. Goalie Ann-Katrin Berger produced a world-class save in a penalty shoot-out after the score was 2-2 at the end of extra time. It was her second stop from

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