Credit: WosoGraphics Emma Hayes saw the future at the beginning of 2019. After a frustrating season, Chelsea parted ways with a few players and signed just one, the Norwegian midfielder, Guro Reiten. This took our squad strength to just 20 players but for Emma Hayes, that was pretty much all she needed for the first … Continue reading Guro Reiten till 2023
Jessie Fleming. Source: Waking The Red Emma Hayes' foot is set firmly on the pedal and it's not coming off any time soon. Chelsea just announced the signing of Canadian International Jessie Fleming from UCLA Bruins. This is the 3rd signing ahead of the 20/21 season and is an addition to our midfield prowess after … Continue reading Jessie Fleming’s a Blue.
Supporters and fans of Chelsea FC Women are spoiled for choice with many outstanding players to watch and admire. However, only a few of them stand out. That's why we have to talk about one that does. Fran Kirby.She is the Chelsea player we all have come to love, both on and off the pitch. … Continue reading An act of worship – Fran Kirby
Emma Hayes and Bethany England have been honoured with well-deserved awards. The pair are awarded as the Barclays FA WSL manager and player of the season. Our blue winners were announced in an award ceremony with England and Arsenal legends Ian Wright and Kelly Smith on Thursday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2KRGekWJfk Emma Hayes has had a fantastic season, coaching the Blues' for the seventh … Continue reading Emma Hayes and Bethany England – WSL manager and player of the season
Today, three years ago, Chelsea FC Women's captain, Magdalena Eriksson, put her name on the paper and become a blue. The Swedish defender and national team player joined the Blues after a few years of success with the Swedish club Linköpings FC. Before that, she represented two clubs in Stockholm, where she grew up, Hammarby … Continue reading On This Day: Magdalena Eriksson signed for Chelsea FC Women (2017)
Chelsea FC Women; 2020 Continental Cup Winners. Source: news.abs-cbn.com Before I go on to answer this question, I'd just explain what a “Lyon” is. It’s not complicated at all, stay with me. Olympique Lyonnais Féminine plays in the D1 Féminine, the highest tier of Women's football in France. Unlike their famous male counterparts (who once … Continue reading Are Chelsea Women building a Lyon?