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  • Blues maintain the race to glory

    Blues maintain the race to glory0

    Chelsea Women hung on to top spot in the Women’s Super League with an impressive 5-0 victory at a chilly Kingsmeadow, with both Beth England and Sam Kerr scoring twice. England’s second came via a well-struck penalty in stoppage time… although Kerr was still on the pitch and could have tried to pinch the ball

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  • Blues look to the west

    Blues look to the west0

    With Chelsea Women hosting Reading on Sunday, while the men welcome Brentford, no one is having to travel too far for their football as the icy winds encircle the capital. Kingsmeadow is the stage for Chelsea v Reading on Sunday evening at the strange time of 6.45pm, with the Blues and the Gunners now potentially

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  • Showdown looms!

    Showdown looms!0

    Naimh Charles dashed over to meet fans at the end of Chelsea’s hard-fought win over City on Sunday afternoon    Picture: Morris Thain   Chelsea Women’s hard-earned 1-0 victory over Manchester City at a sunny Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime tees up a showdown match against Arsenal, under the lights on Friday night. Although it won’t

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  • Oh brother! It’s Lauren’s debut

    Oh brother! It’s Lauren’s debut0

    Debutante Lauren James skips past Servette’s Laura Felber as the Blues won 1-0  Pic: Chelsea FC     When Chelsea and England right back Reece James turned up at Kingsmeadow on Thursday night, 23 minutes into the Champions League match against Servette, you sensed he might have had a tip-off.  Sure enough, five minutes before

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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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