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  • Who will score goal 2,000?

    Who will score goal 2,000?0

    Beth England? Ji So-Yun? Sam Kerr? Erin Cuthbert? Who will score the 2,000th goal in the FA Women’s Super League? It could well be a Chelsea player, as the team is in such a rich vein of scoring form, netting eight against West Ham last weekend. The current total of WSL goals stands at 1,976,

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  • Blues lose ability to create

    Blues lose ability to create0

    If referee Jon Moss had added an hour and five minutes of stoppage time to the end of this perplexing London derby instead of merely five minutes, Chelsea still wouldn’t have scored. In a match which felt like a weird Life on Mars throwback to the 70s or 80s, the Blues came up against a

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  • Blues earn cup win over Irons

    Blues earn cup win over Irons0

    Chelsea manage Emma Hayes and central defenders Millie Bright and Magda Eriksson discuss tactics ahead of the Conti Cup clash with West Ham at Kingsmeadow... a conversation which ultimately paid dividends as the Blues finished as victors. However, it was anything but convincing in a soporific goalless first half under leaden skies that seemed toREAD MORE
  • Hammers ahoy

    Hammers ahoy0

    With the unveiling of the first Conti Cup matches, Chelsea Women now have their first PROPER home game firmly fixed, after the all-singing, all-dancing opening spectacular against Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Kingsmeadow hosts the clash with West Ham on Sunday September 22 at 2pm... unfortunately making it all-but impossible for fans to catch both theREAD MORE
  • All this for just a fiver!

    All this for just a fiver!0

    A sell-out 41,000-strong crowd will greet Chelsea Women’s league opener against Spurs on September 8 at Stamford Bridge, so no more tickets are available. But the good news is that the full season at the Blues' real home, Kingsmeadow, is poised to start... and season tickets are available from as little as five quid. TheREAD MORE
  • Ex-Blues puff, but lose

    Ex-Blues puff, but lose0

    The team managed by former Chelsea manager Matt Beard, captained by former Blue Gilly Flaherty and anchored by ex-Blue Claire Rafferty failed to win the SSE Women's FA Cup final because former Chelsea goalie Becky Spencer wasn't between the sticks. West Ham lost the cup final 3-0, despite holding the clear favourites for 52 minutes...READ MORE
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