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  • A confidence restorer?

    A confidence restorer?0

    Pic: Chelsea FC Chelsea Women meet Leicester City for the first time in any competition on Sunday lunchtime, with the Blues having won 16 of their last 17 FA Women’s Super League matches against newly promoted clubs. It follows the drama of midweek when Pernille Harder scored a stoppage-time leveller to earn the Blues a

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  • We’re singing in the rain

    We’re singing in the rain0

    Picture: Chelsea FC   It’s a rare day when Chelsea’s women and men BOTH win 3-1 at home, on the same afternoon and in the kind of incessant monsoon rain that shrieks ‘climate change’. But it happened on Saturday, with the women’s kick-off time against Hope Powell’s Brighton & Hove Albion brought forward to 11.30am

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  • Millie wins Olympic opener

    Millie wins Olympic opener0

    Chelsea’s dependable defender Millie Bright helped Team GB keep a clean sheet in a 2-0 victory over Chile in an early event at the Tokyo Olympics. The match, played at breakfast time in the UK, saw the Brits in a familiar dark blue (slightly darker than Chelsea’s Royal blue, but still blue enough) playing in

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  • The Blues go Dutch

    The Blues go Dutch0

    Chelsea Women have signed a new defender to bolster their chances of completing a third straight league win on the spin next season. The new arrival is 22-year-old Dutch defender Aniek Nouwen, who has agreed a three-year deal which will keep her at the club until the summer of 2024. “I’m proud to be blue

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  • Super Blues lift league title

    Super Blues lift league title0

    Chelsea lifted the Women’s Super League trophy on Sunday afternoon after a comprehensive 5-0 win against a dogged Reading side. To cap a remarkable domestic season, Sam Kerr won the golden boot and Ann-Katrin Berger the golden glove for their scoring and keeping prowess respectively. The Women’s FA Cup and Champions League are still within

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  • The golden goose

    The golden goose0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes wants her players to act like geese as they face the most important week in the club’s history. Facing the critical last day of the league season on Sunday, when the Blues have to win to guarantee retaining last year’s ‘Covid title’, she urged the squad to follow the birds,

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