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  • Sam’s goals help set record

    Sam’s goals help set record0

    Clutching an ice pack to her left hip as she was assisted from the pitch after sustaining an injury scoring the third goal in a magnificent hat-trick for Chelsea, Aussie striker Sam Kerr was cheered every step of the way by the fans who had finally been readmitted to Kingsmeadow. Kerr’s heroics ensured a 3-2

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  • Ji hits ton as fans return

    Ji hits ton as fans return0

    Chelsea’s Korean midfielder Ji So-Yun will become the first non-Brit to reach 100 appearances in the Women’s Super League if she’s selected on Sunday lunchtime for the London derby against West Ham… in front of real fans once again. In all, 700 supporters are being allowed into Kingsmeadow, each having to fill in a two-side

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  • Hunger v smugness

    Hunger v smugness0

    West Ham, desperate for points and starved of success, overpowered rivals Chelsea who – to their shame – turned up at the London Stadium for this midweek league derby smugly expecting a simple win. On paper, the Blues should have beaten the Irons. Especially as the vast echoing bowl of a stadium lacked a baying

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  • Life without fans: Lamps speaks

    Life without fans: Lamps speaks0

    A deserted London Stadium awaits Chelsea tomorrow evening when they travel across the capital to face West Ham. And that will be different, concedes Blues manager Frank Lampard via Zoom as he looks ahead to the game. Football without fans is unsettling, he agrees, but it’s equally unsettling for everyone. “It’ll be different; we’ve all

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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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