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  • Women's Super League Roundup: Chelsea Beat Arsenal to Blow Title Race Wide Open as Man City Go Top

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  • Cuthbert and Chelsea blow Women’s Super League title race wide open

    Chelsea blew the Women’s Super League title race wide open with an Erin Cuthbert double the difference as a dominant 2-1 win helped exorcise the demons of a brutal home defeat to Arsenal back in October. Pulling to within two points of the league leaders – at least until Manchester City kick off later in the day – Chelsea ensured they remain in the running to retain the trophy they lifted in May after surviving a late goal and flurry of pressure from the home team. Continue reading

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  • Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

    Manchester City go top after Chelsea blow the title race wide open with victory over threadbare Arsenal Make no mistake, the title race is wide open now. Chelsea were scintillating at Arsenal and Emma Hayes should be lauded for getting her tactics spot-on. They pressed a makeshift Arsenal backline with real ferocity, defending tirelessly from the front and forcing the home side into a first half full of errors. The energy of Beth England, Karen Carney and Erin Cuthbert, who scored their two...

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  • Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

    Arsenal are back on top of the table but victory over West Ham papered over defensive issues while Chelsea are back in form Arsenal shot back to the top of the league with a 4-2 win over West Ham, but this was a far from perfect performance. The teams went into half-time at 2-2, and the leaders were then given what their usually mild-mannered manager, Joe Montemurro, described as their biggest telling-off of the season. He spent much of the last two weeks training against long balls and set...

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