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  • Rear admirable! The bottom line…

    Rear admirable! The bottom line…0

    Chelsea Women’s shorts are now being sponsored. As the club approaches the rear end of the season, with the eagerly awaited Conti Cup final on Mothering Sunday against Bristol City, sitting top of the Women’s Super League, and in the hat for the last 16 of the Champions League, it has unveiled its first shorts

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  • Fran goes bananas for Xmas

    Fran goes bananas for Xmas0

    Chelsea have sent its women players food hampers as they face a week and a half of self-isolation across Christmas following a string of positive Covid tests. It’s a gesture that has been appreciated by the players. “Thanks so much Chelsea for this amazing hamper getting us through Christmas,” said Beth England, while Fran Kirby

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  • Brighton beached by Kerr header

    Brighton beached by Kerr header0

    Chelsea Woman won a hard-fought Sunday lunchtime league game away at Brighton to maintain their drive for the title in what is proving a very close Barclays FA Women’s Super League. It was thanks to a goal from forward Sam Kerr that the Blues managed to leave with all three points. Though restricted by a

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  • Blues beat City in united display

    Blues beat City in united display0

    Chelsea made an emphatic statement at Kingsmeadow on Sunday, defeating arch rivals Manchester City 3-1 as the summer signings showed they’d bedded in properly, and the team showed a united, purposeful front. At times it was frantic end-to-end stuff, but the Blues always had the edge, and as dark clouds rolled away to be replaced

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  • Blues need all three points

    Blues need all three points0

    The Blues welcome Bristol City to a fan-free Kingsmeadow this weekend, with Emma Hayes’ team determined to win all three points to keep pace with title rivals Manchester City and Arsenal. City host Brighton this weekend, bolstered by the marquee signings of Alex Greenwood and Lucy Bronze from Lyon. Add Yankee talent Rose Lavelle to

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  • Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’

    Hayes salutes the ‘new normal’0

    “We’ll roll with the new normal,” pledged Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, looking ahead to next season after the Blues were declared winners of the last. In an interview via Zoom, the 43-year-old said she was delighted that the FA had decided that “the most appropriate sporting outcome” of the abandoned Women’s Super League season

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