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  • Champs’ League beckons

    Champs’ League beckons0

    Pic: Chelsea FC   Fresh from their cup win at the weekend (above), Chelsea Women face Juventus tonight, with captain Magda Eriksson admitting: “The Champions League is special. A European win is at the back of our minds… that’s our goal.” The Blues have curtailed any prolonged celebrations following Sunday’s FA Cup victory over Arsenal,

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  • Blues waltz to cup glory

    Blues waltz to cup glory0

    Chelsea waltzed to victory in Sunday’s FA Cup final, outclassing league leaders Arsenal and completing a belated treble in a fixture delayed from the spring because of Covid. Sam Kerr scored twice, and could have had half a dozen with a little more precision as chance after chance was created by an integrated, focused and

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  • Blues v Reds… the showdown

    Blues v Reds… the showdown0

    Arsenal appear to be in the ascendency as Blue meets Red at Wembley on Sunday in the Women’s FA Cup final, but the master tactician Emma Hayes is busy plotting their downfall. Sitting just ahead of Chelsea in the Women’s Super League, the Gunners are having a terrific first season under new boss Jonas Eidevall…

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  • Millie’s scorcher

    Millie’s scorcher0

    Millie Bright scored one of the best goals she’ll ever notch as Chelsea defeated Manchester City at Wembley in the curtain-raiser to the women’s football season. In an empty Wembley, the Blues lifted the Community Shield after a 2-0 win over arch-rivals City, who are still smarting at being denied the 2019-20 Women’s Super League

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  • Wembley beckons for Chelsea’s revitalised Women

    Wembley beckons for Chelsea’s revitalised Women0

    As Chelsea’s men take to their yachts or put their feet up in front of the telly (Ross Barkley has helpfully issued his Netflix tips this week), it’s all go for the women. Manager Emma Hayes is hard at work at the Cobham training ground and the Kingsmeadow stadium in Kingston getting her players match-fit

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  • Chelsea Women at the double

    Chelsea Women at the double0

    Chelsea Women will play in the Community Shield at Wembley later this month as part of a historic double-header. The women’s team, whose home is Kingsmeadow, Kingston, will face Manchester City Women on Saturday August 29, just hours before the men’s traditional curtain-raiser. However, both matches will be behind closed doors, with no fans attending

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