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  • Match moved back a day

    Match moved back a day0

    Chelsea Women’s FA Cup match with Liverpool Women has been moved back a day from Sunday, and will now take place at precisely the same time fans will be watching Chelsea men face Manchester United on the telly. The overlap is sure to annoy Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, who has repeatedly appealed to the

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  • Chelsea’s cup game: live on BBC

    Chelsea’s cup game: live on BBC0

    Chelsea Women’s FA Cup 5th round clash with Liverpool Women will be screened live by the BBC. It will guarantee an even bigger audience than the 4,000+ expected to watch the match live at goal-crazy Kingsmeadow on Sunday February 16. The match has been brought forward from 2pm to 12.30pm, and will be live on

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  • Mitigating the risks

    Mitigating the risks0

    “Come on ref, it’s late every time,” appealed 16-year-old Blues striker Emily Murphy as she was clattered by a Charlton defender, writes Jane Grove. “You just got stuck on the beach,” retorted the jovial Robert Massey-Ellis who had been joshing with the players during the fourth round FA Cup tie at the Addicks’ Oakwood ground.

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  • Hayes trusts her teens

    Hayes trusts her teens0

    It wasn’t until the final minute of the first half that Chelsea’s travelling supporters had something to celebrate as Drew Spence slotted the ball past Charlton’s goalie Katie Startup to open the Blues’ account in the fourth round of the FA Cup at The Oakwood, writes Jane Grove. Chelsea, who fielded some of their younger

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  • FA Cup draw looms

    FA Cup draw looms0

    If Chelsea can beat Charlton in the Women’s FA Cup 4th round clash at The Oakwood on Sunday afternoon, they’ll be in Monday evening’s draw, writes Jane Grove. The draw for the Women’s FA Cup 5th round will take place at 6.40pm on Monday January 27, live on Sportsday on the BBC News Channel, with

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  • 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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