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  • I’m 100% with Toni: Lamps

    I’m 100% with Toni: Lamps0

    Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has given German defender Toni Rudiger his 100% backing in the aftermath of the weekend’s ill-tempered Blues victory at White Hart Lane, and the allegation of racist chanting that marred the match. It follows Tottenham lodging an appeal against the red card shown to Son Heung-Min for a studs-up rake of

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  • Are we at tipping point?

    Are we at tipping point?0

    Have we reached tipping point on the issue of racism at football matches – a problem that has dogged the game since the 1970s, but which remains insoluble until the authorities take a firm line. Clubs have been reluctant to do more than window-dressing up to now. After all, a life ban on someone spending

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  • Happy Xmas, Jose!

    Happy Xmas, Jose!0

    The giant message board on the side of the new-look White Hart Lane stadium beamed out a message of festive cheer as fans made their way back up the 10-mile kebab-lined road to Seven Sisters. And Chelsea wished their old manager reciprocal greetings, by comprehensively outwitting, out-manoeuvring, out-thinking and out-playing him. Pupil beat tutor, Frank

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  • We’ve won a lot today: Hayes

    We’ve won a lot today: Hayes0

    What's the answer to attracting paying crowds to watch women's football? The World Cup in France, and the huge TV audiences it generated in the UK, prove there's an appetite... but how do you get the fans to turn up, week in week out, at ordinary Women's Super League stadiums such as Chelsea's Kingsmeadow? TheREAD MORE
  • Great start for bubbly Blues

    Great start for bubbly Blues0

    Meet Guro Reiten, Chelsea Women's new Norwegian forward... and as nice a player as you're ever likely to meet. She was buzzing after the Blues' opening fixture of the 2019-20 Women's Super League, which pulled in a mighty 24,564 to Stamford Bridge to witness a 1-0 victory over newly promoted Tottenham. And manager Emma HayesREAD MORE
  • 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 HayesREAD MORE
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