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  • Fans show support for Tuchel

    Fans show support for Tuchel0

    Chelsea fans showed their support for manager Thomas Tuchel during these uncertain days for the club by unfurling an impressive new banner proclaiming him to be Deutscher Maestro. The vast flag was seen for the first time before Chelsea’s 1-1 Thursday night draw with Leicester City… a result which guarantees the Blues Champions League football

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  • Blues in the driving seat

    Blues in the driving seat0

    It wasn’t the most convincing display as Chelsea Women beat Tottenham 2-1 at Kingsmeadow to maintain their grip on top spot in the table… but it was enough. The frustration of manager Emma Hayes was clear on a nippy Thursday night under the floodlights in Norbiton, but it was hard to criticise the players. When

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  • Beth’s back as Blues hit 9

    Beth’s back as Blues hit 90

    Beth England (pictured) is back on form as Chelsea Women shot to the top of the league with an overwhelming 9-0 away win at Leicester. In a remarkably one-sided match, the Blues were 3-0 up in just seven minutes, then refused to take their foot off the gas as they pummelled the Foxes and leapfrogged

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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 reach cup final in style

    Blues reach cup final in style0

    The previous time Chelsea and West Ham met, three weeks before Christmas at Kingsmeadow, Sam Kerr scored a hat-trick. On Wednesday night the teams met again, and this time Pernille Harder left with the match ball, netting half the goals in a 6-0 whitewash. In a compelling Conti Cup semi-final, Chelsea Women triumphed… yet the

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  • Magda: I aim to manage Blues

    Magda: I aim to manage Blues0

    Days after Chelsea manager Emma Hayes tipped Magda Eriksson to make the step up to coaching the Blues at some stage in future, the captain admitted it was her dream too. Eriksson, 27, is one of several senior players in the team currently taking her Uefa B coaching licence. “It’s a massive honour that she

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