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OhForAGreavsie

Chelsea Women Discussion Thread

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26 minutes ago, Fulham Broadway said:

The Aussie Kerr is a great signing apparently, will help us win the Champions League

Yes. 5 consecutive golden boots in her leagues.

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/nov/13/chelsea-women-sign-australia-striker-sam-kerr-football

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9 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

The Aussie Kerr is a great signing apparently, will help us win the Champions League

#EmmaHayesIsGreat

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On 13/11/2019 at 9:36 AM, Fulham Broadway said:

The Aussie Kerr is a great signing apparently, will help us win the Champions League

But for a missed pen in the away leg at Lyon, we may well have won it last season. We gave the five time European Champions absolutely everything they could handle. That's not me talking either, that's what Lyon fans were telling us in the bar after the second leg.

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No Chelsea men's game this weekend but the women are hosting ManU in a big game at Kingsmeadow (near Kingston) on Sunday. A few standing tickets left. All seats have been sold. United have impressed me a lot so far. Their manager is the outstanding Casey Stoney and they've got some exciting players, including Reece's sister Lauren James. She's been getting rave reviews in her WSL debut season. Should be a heck of a game. If you haven't taken in a women's game yet, now's your chance.

Preview:

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2019/11/15/fran-kirby-on-manchester-united-clash-and-her-fitness

Tickets:

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/tickets---membership/buy-tickets?team=women&competition=0&pageTab=GENERAL ADMISSION&fbclid=IwAR1DllegZhpOW0baPGdRnAYelRMLVFKtyh3RlZDO0K061LK_eS540VAAnpI

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Chelsea put in clinical second half performance to thrash Tottenham Hotspur

https://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/sport/football/chelsea-put-in-clinical-second-half-performance-to-thrash-tottenham-hotspur-1-9149751

Bethany England (Photo by Ker Robertson/Getty Images)

Bethany England scored twice for Chelsea FC Women as they put in a clinical second half performance to thrash rivals Tottenham Hotspur Women 5-1 and seal a quarter-final place in the FA Women’s Continental League Cup.

Second half goals from Drew Spence, Erin Cuthbert, Deanna Cooper and two from England maintained their perfect record in the cup.

Rosella Ayane scored a consolation for the away side who rarely threatened the hosts’ goal.

The win ensures Chelsea stay top of Group D in the competition.

After a quiet first 45, Chelsea got the breakthrough soon after half time.

The away side failed to clear a free kick and after England’s shot was well blocked, the ball falling fortuitously to Spence who fired home from eight yards.

Soon after, they doubled their lead. Ashleigh Neville was adjudged to have fouled Hannah Blundell and Cuthbert stood up confidently to score her side’s second.

England then got the goal she deserved moments later. Ji So-yun did well to lay the ball off to the striker who then buried it expertly past Chloe Morgan.

 

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I missed the Spurs game on Wednesday because I was lucky enough to be invited to attend the Chelsea Foundation anti-semitism event at The Imperial War Museum that night. I was at the game in Solihul yesterday however, when the Blues hit Birmingham for six. Highlights: -

 

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Reaction to the Blues win at Birmingham: -

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2019/11/26/women-s-reaction--two-happy-blues?fbclid=IwAR3ztuuAm12Rmf3t4PmYQZbnOMEdYkU9EsRrZ6fkT2whFvdiGB6D7bHCFts

 

Next home game for the women is the top of the table clash with Man City at Kingsmeadow on Sunday 8th December. The game is nearly sold out so only a few tickets are still available: -

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/tickets---membership/buy-tickets?team=women&pageTab=GENERAL ADMISSION

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The FA Women's Super League is, as expected, shaping up to be a three horse race between Arsenal, Man City & Chelsea. The head-to-head clashes among the big three are therefore crucial. Good then that The Blues were victorious in this afternoon's meeting with City. The come from behind 2-1 win exactly matches the result we achieved against Arsenal. We leapfrog City into secod place, two points behind Arsenal but we have a game in hand on both of our rivals.

Highlights in this BBC page. (May be viewable in the UK only):-

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50686369

 

Our goals (Should be viewable wherever you are): -

 

Official report: -

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2019/12/08/women-s-report--chelsea-2-man-city-1?cardIndex=0-0&fbclid=IwAR2e9lECMh0SslidheKPGJ6ZDrzLICi3QY0LZAdtqvmDwC-YbbF3qxq-INg

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Presently watching london derby between Arsenal and Chelsea women...

Chelsea leading by 2 goals...I wouldnt mind putting Kerr England and Ji into the Men squad...I would even have them over willian...Bethany will pull nothing less than 20 goals in men team by now...such a clinical striker....

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The women return to league action today having progressed to the 5th round of the FA Cup and the final of the League Cup in the two games since their last WSL fixture. They face West Ham at Kingsmeadow this afternoon. Kick-off is 2pm.

It's shaping up to be a great title race between Arsenal, City and Chelsea. We're one point behind our two rivals, but with a game in hand over both of them. If the girls can take care of business on the next two Sundays, they will go to Manchester on 23rd February for a crunch game with City. Chelsea are running supporter's coaches to that game if anybody here want to lend their support to CFCW's title push. Book places for the trip at: https://etm.eventsair.com/chelsea-supporter-travel/. The best way to get tickets for the game is via the Chelsea Women Supporters Group on Facebook. They are buying block tickets to secure a discount for travelling Blues. 

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1 hour ago, OhForAGreavsie said:

The women return to league action today having progressed to the 5th round of the FA Cup and the final of the League Cup in the two games since their last WSL fixture. They face West Ham at Kingsmeadow this afternoon. Kick-off is 2pm.

It's shaping up to be a great title race between Arsenal, City and Chelsea. We're one point behind our two rivals, but with a game in hand over both of them. If the girls can take care of business on the next two Sundays, they will go to Manchester on 23rd February for a crunch game with City. Chelsea are running supporter's coaches to that game if anybody here want to lend their support to CFCW's title push. Book places for the trip at: https://etm.eventsair.com/chelsea-supporter-travel/. The best way to get tickets for the game is via the Chelsea Women Supporters Group on Facebook. They are buying block tickets to secure a discount for travelling Blues. 

Go Bluegirls!!!! :wub:

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5 hours ago, Johnnyeye said:

the women making the club proud, unlike the men.

How can guys like Willian Alonso Batshyuayi Emerson and the rest turds make the club proud when they have next to nothing about football intelligence I mean their football IQ is virtually non existent....

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