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    EMMA HAYES reckons tough memories of Chelsea’s 2014 title race heartbreak provided learning to help her drive the team forward. And the Kingsmeadow chief wants her side to remain humble as the club battles for a fifth WSL crown. 3Emma Hayes says sticking to their game plan will be key for Chelsea in the final stretch of their title defenceCredit: Reuters Ahead of Chelsea’s duel with Tottenham, Hayes, 45, reflected on the feelings that followed a dramatic battle for the WSL title six years ago. Like this term’s chase between the Blues and Arsenal, the fight to be the top-flight’s top dogs went to the wire in October 2014. Back then Hayes’ aces were in a three-way battle with Birmingham City and Matt Beard’s Liverpool. And on October 12 – the last day of the season - just three points separated third-placed Reds from leaders Chelsea with Birmingham second and two points behind. Read More Football StoriesABSOLUTE TUCH How Chelsea could line up against Man Utd as three key players could returnFINAL CALL Chelsea bidders invited to final showdown before...
    CHRISTIAN PULISIC turned super-sub to save Chelsea from another lacklustre performance. The American superstar scored the winner late on to snatch three points from West Ham in what was threatening to be a dull affair. 7Christian Pulisic celebrates Chelsea's winnerCredit: Getty Defensively Chelsea were sound but up until the last minute lacked anything stellar going forward. Here Jack Figg rates Thomas Tuchel's side from Stamford Bridge. Edouard Mendy - 7 Massive double save on 70 minutes to deny from Andriy Yarmolenko. With little else to do in the game, the Cameroonian stayed alert and kept it goalless. Cesar Azpilicueta - 5 Started on the left of a three-man defence. Almost got caught out on 17 minutes after being disposed by Benrahma. Did cover well when Chelsea pressed forward looking for a goal but did not bomb forward like he usually likes to. 7Thiago Silva made some important interceptionsCredit: PA Thiago Silva - 6 At times showing his experience to carry the ball further afield and intercept when West Ham looked to counter. ...
    BIRMINGHAM are rivalling Bournemouth in the race for Peterborough star Siriki Dembele. The Cherries have had two bids of £1million and £1.3m rejected for the 25-year-old, whose deal is up in the summer. 1Birmingham are hopeful of snapping up Peterborough attacker Siriki Dembele Lee Bowyer’s Blues are now readying an offer of around £1.5m to test Posh’s resolve. Peterborough are in a relegation scrap and are currently two points from safety, so would be loath to lose one of their key players. Dembele joined from Grimsby four years ago and has hit 31 goals in 147 appearances for Posh, including five this season. Meanwhile, Bournemouth remain keen on a move for Derby captain Tom Lawrence. If Birmingham do end up snapping up Dembele, it's still unlikely to please furious fans. Thousands of Blues supporters set off flares outside the stadium during a huge protest against the club's owners at the weekend. Most read in SportAustralian Open live Ash Barty plays Madison Keys before Danielle Collins faces Iga SwiatekGunners news Arthur Melo £40m loan-to-buy, Osimhen £60m Aubameyang replacement'LOCKED UP' Female referee...
    CHELSEAS best performances were all at the back as they flopped going forward int ehir 1-0 defeat at Juventus. Here's how Thomas Tuchel's men rated on a frustrating night summed up by Federico Chiesa's winner 10 seconds into the second half. 3Romelu Lukaku shows Chelsea's frustration away to the Italian giants 3Federico Chiesa whips the ball in despite pressure from Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger Edouard Mendy - 6 He didn't have loads to do in Italy tonight but he did well when he was called upon as Juventus put together a few dangerous counter-attacks. Couldn't do much about their goal.  Andreas Christensen - 7 Some very good moments on the ball bringing it out of defence confidently as the Danish international continued his good recent form at the back for Chelsea.  Thiago Silva - 7 Frustrated with those ahead of him for not doing more with the ball in the first half and showed his good leadership once again. He was also very good on the ball and covered well defensively. Could have done better for their goal. Antonio Rudiger -...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Rangers made headlines for a second straight day Friday. They traded winger Pavel Buchnevich to the St. Louis Blues for forward Sammy Blais and a 2022 second-round pick. READ MORE: Mets Trade With Tampa Bay Rays For Veteran Lefty Rich Hill Buchnevich had 20 goals and 28 assists for 48 points in 54 games last season. The 26-year-old winger is a restricted free agent with arbitration rights. Buch: To know you is to love you. Once a Ranger, forever a Ranger. pic.twitter.com/0sMGdLb3Rt — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 23, 2021 Blais, 25, has 35 points in 119 regular-season NHL games and was part of St. Louis’ 2019 Stanley Cup-winning team. He’s signed for $1.5 million next season before becoming an unrestricted free agent. OFFICIAL: #NYR have acquired forward Sammy Blais and a second-round pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Pavel Buchnevich. — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 23, 2021 Trading Buchnevich came hours after the Rangers put defenseman Tony DeAngelo on...
    AC Milan have turned up the heat in their pursuit of Hakim Ziyech following their successful swoop for ex-Blues frontman Olivier Giroud.  The Serie A side are eyeing a temporary deal for the Chelsea forward as a less pricey option than their other targets, according to Calciomercato.   2AC Milan are thought to be keen on a loan move for Hakim Ziyech this seasonCredit: Getty Ziyech, 28, has been heavily linked with a Milan move with reports in Italy claiming the Blues star is a dream target for Stefano Pioli’s side.   The attacking midfielder, who sealed a £36.7million move to Stamford Bridge from Ajax in July 2020 is thought to have fallen down the pecking order at Chelsea. With Christian Pulisic, Kai Havertz, Mason Mount and Timo Werner thought to be ahead of the forward, reports claim opportunities for the forward could be limited next season.  COMPETITION: SPOT THE BALL TO WIN A CAR AND CASH Chelsea are thought to have warm relations with Milan following the two giants reaching an agreement over Olivier Giroud’s £2million move to the San Siro...
    Australias Bachelorette Casts First Bisexual Star In Season Featuring Male and Female Contestants Procore Raises $634.5 Million in IPO Priced Above Range Colorado Avalanche forward Nazem Kadri, who has a lengthy suspension history, is looking at another after he received a match penalty for an illegal check to the head Wednesday night. Its massive: NHL legend Mark Messier sees exponential growth for hockey in ESPN deal The Record, Bergen County See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Should Charles Barkley Be Involved in Turner Sports NHL Broadcasts? Sports Illustrated NHL Stanley Cup Odds and Predictions Sports Illustrated The Crossover: Which Stars Injury Should Be Most Concerning as We Near Playoffs? Sports Illustrated Click to expand Replay Video Should Charles Barkley Be Involved in Turner Sports NHL Broadcasts? Turner Sports has reportedly reached a broadcasting deal with the NHL, leading to speculation surrounding Sir Charles involvement. Sports Illustrated NHL Stanley Cup Odds and Predictions The NHL regular season ends in two weeks and...
    CHELSEA forward Timo Werner should be replaced by a 'big striker', according to former Aston Villa man Gabby Agbonlahor. The German arrived at Stamford Bridge at the beginning of the season with a weight of expectation on his shoulders having been purchased for £53million from RB Leipzig. 4Werner has struggled to find the back of the net during his first season in EnglandCredit: Getty 4Agbonlahor has lost his patience with Werner at Stamford BridgeCredit: Getty - Contributor But he has struggled to hit the ground running in English football, netting just 12 times in 49 appearances for the Blues. And while his all-round play has improved of late, Agbonlahor still feels it is time for Blues boss Thomas Tuchel to explore other options. Speaking on talkSPORT, he said: “I’ve tried to give him the benefit of the doubt as it’s his first season, but the more I’m seeing of him he’s making the wrong decision. “He picked the ball up, running at two defenders and takes a wild shot over the bar when it’s best to make a pass and...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Wild forward has been fined for a dangerous trip in the matchup against St. Louis Blues Thursday night. According to the NHL, Hartman was fined $5,000 for the dangerous trip against forward Sammy Blais. The trip occurred in the second period and Hartman was assessed a minor penalty for tripping during the game. The NHL says the fine is the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and will be going to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund. The Blues scored seven straight goals to beat the Wild 7-3.   More On WCCO.com: Judge Says Prosecutors Proved Multiple Aggravated Sentencing Factors, Including Cruelty Both Directions Of I-94 Closed Near Albany Following Fatal Crash, Serious Backup Collision Otis ‘Popeye’ Givens Charged With Murder In Mpls. Parking Garage Shooting Elk River Teacher’s Discussion On Police Violence And Unrest Angers Some Parents
    CHELSEA will step up plans to re-sign Romelu Lukaku in a £90million-plus deal. Inter Milan’s star is seen as the most achievable of boss Thomas Tuchel’s targets. 3Thomas Tuchel wants Romelu Lukaku to lead the line for Chelsea next season after the Blues accept defeat in the chase for Erling HaalandCredit: Getty Lukaku is on a list that includes Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland, but the young Norwegian star looks out of reach with Manchester City in pursuit. So the Blues are turning to a player with proven Premier League experience, firstly with them seven years ago, followed by spells at West Brom, on loan, Everton and Manchester United. Chelsea believe they need a strong centre-forward to lead the team next season. And frustration with current striker Timo Werner is also growing after Tuesday’s 1-1 Champions League semi-final first-leg draw at Real Madrid. The German, 25, missed a golden chance to score, just like he did at West Ham three days earlier. And the £48m forward is failing to convince Tuchel he is the man to spearhead Chelsea’s attack for the...
    Travel nurses open up about leaving their families behind to fight pandemic Streets of blood in Myanmar town as UN fears crimes against humanity © Provided by CBS Sports Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury has been placed on the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list. As a result, Fleury will likely miss at least Friday and Saturday's games against the St. Louis Blues. On a daily basis, the league releases a list of players that have been placed in COVID-19 protocols and Fleury appeared on that list. Edmonton Oilers forward Kyle Turris, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Cal Petersen, New Jersey Devils defenseman Will Butcher, and San Jose Sharks forward Marcus Sorensen were also on Thursday's list. Even if players appear on the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list, it doesn't mean that they tested positive. Players could be on the list for contact tracing, an unconfirmed test result, or having COVID-19 symptoms. Fleury is the third Vegas player to be placed on the protocols list along while defenseman Alex Pietrangelo and forward Tomas Nosek. Nosek actually tested positive for the virus earlier this season...
    The banged-up St. Louis Blues got more bad injury news Tuesday with word that defenseman Carl Gunnarsson won’t play again this season and forward Ivan Barbashev is out at least six weeks. Gunnarsson injured his right knee when he got tangled up with Kings forward Gabe Vilardi midway through a 3-0 loss to Los Angeles on Monday night. Barbashev had surgery on his left ankle Tuesday morning and will be re-evaluated in early April. St. Louis was already without top winger Vladimir Tarasenko, forwards Jaden Schwartz, Robert Thomas and Tyler Bozak, and No. 1 defenseman Colton Parayko. The additional injuries to Gunnarsson and Barbashev will further test the Blues’ depth. “It’s the situation that we’re in,” coach Craig Berube said after an optional practice. “We’ve just got to move forward and go play and win some games. The Blues are a long way from their Stanley Cup celebration in June 2019 after letting captain Alex Pietrangelo leave in free agency, losing Alex Steen to retirement because of a back injury, and playing without Tarasenko all season after another operation on...
    You played yourself: Our 25 favorite celebrity cameos The Income a Family Really Needs to Avoid Poverty in Every State The St. Louis Blues announced another long-term injury, this time to defenseman Carl Gunnarsson. The veteran will miss the rest of the season with a right knee injury sustained in the Blues’ recent game against the Los Angeles Kings. He is still being evaluated to determine the full extent of the injury. The team also announced that Ivan Barbashev underwent successful surgery on his ankle and will be re-evaluated in six weeks, as reported previously. © Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports St. Louis Blues defenseman Carl Gunnarsson Gunnarsson, 34, has been a quiet soldier for the Blues the last several seasons, rarely getting into the lineup but being ready whenever he does. A veteran of 629 regular-season NHL games, he has just 73 since the start of the 2018-19 season. An injury like this, if it is as serious as originally feared, could potentially end that long career, given Gunnarsson is an unrestricted free agent in the offseason and will...
    HEDVIG LINDAHL is looking forward to taking on her old club Chelsea in the Women's Champions League. The Sweden stopper's Atletico Madrid team will face the WSL champs in the competition's last 16 in March. 2Lindahl says she's looking forward to battling her former club Chelsea After the two sides were drawn against each other, the ex-Blues keeper took to Twitter to share her excitement. The Atletico keeper claims she had a premonition of the clubs going head-to-head. In her Tweet, Lindahl wrote: "I knew it, I felt it. Looking forward to a return to the land of the Blues." And one of her Twitter followers said: "Looking forward to seeing you and welcoming you back." Lindahl, who joined the champs in 2014, made 45 appearances for the side before leaving for Wolfsburg in July 2019. The Sweden international won the double twice with Chelsea with lifting the league title and Women's FA Cup in 2015 and 2018. And the former WSL ace helped her old side reach the Champions League semis in 2018. Despite her fond...
    DENVER (AP) — Elevated to the second line on short notice, Oskar Sundqvist just wanted to do his part. He certainly did that and more — with a bruise to show for it. Sundqvist scored twice and blocked four shots, Jordan Binnington made 26 saves and the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-1 on Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams. The Blues had to juggles things around when they found out forward Mike Hoffman couldn’t play due to visa issues. The team was looking forward to having him in the lineup, too. He signed a one-year contract Monday after signing a professional tryout agreement with St. Louis on Dec. 27. No problem. Sundqvist was there to step up. “It’s guys like that, that make your team so good,” said Robert Thomas, who was paired with Sundqvist and had two assists. “They can jump up, jump down, play any role that’s given to them.” Not only did Sundqvist score in the first and third periods, he also absorbed some bumps and bruises along the way. Sundqvist...
    The St. Louis Blues sign forward Mike Hoffman to a non-guaranteed personal try-out. This is one of those deals that will make a person scratch their head.  It’s become apparent that the 2021 NHL season’s uncertainty is diluting the opportunity for free agents to break the bank.  The St. Louis Blues signing forward Mike Hoffman to a PTO is great for the organization and maybe even Mike Hoffman if things work out as planned. It’s a Blues team that is in the midst of re-tooling after their Stanley Cup Championship a short two seasons ago.  The salary cap stricken Blues lost their former captain Alex Pietrangelo to Vegas in free agency.  They’ve since replaced that vacancy on the blueline with veteran Torey Krug. With star forward Vladimir Tarasenko placed on Injured Reserve to begin the 2021 season and veteran forward Alexander Steen being forced into retirement due to injury, the Blues needed to find a bonified scorer to fill the void. The NHL is coming off of one of the most irregular offseasons’ in league history due to the coronavirus...
    CHELSEA boss Emma Hayes has delivered a grim injury update on strike sensation Fran Kirby. The Blues forward, 27, suffered an ankle injury during a training game with England last week. 1Fran Kirby will be out for "weeks" after picking up an ankle injury On Chelsea's website Blues boss, Hayes said: "Fran’s been assessed by the medical team, she’s got an ankle injury and she’ll be out for weeks. CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news "I don’t know how many so I’m not going to put a number on it but hopefully it won’t be too long and we look forward to seeing her back on the pitch soon." The news comes as a major blow to the West Londoners as Kirby has been in scintillating form so far this term. She has hit three goals in just four WSL games and is the joint fifth highest scorer in the division. The Lionesses star had been out of league action since last November when she learned she had a rare heart condition. Pericarditis — an inflammation of...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Blues signed free agent forward Kyle Clifford to a two-year, $2 million contract Sunday. Clifford was a two-time Stanley Cup-winner in spending his first nine-plus seasons with the Los Angeles Kings, before being traded to Toronto in February. Selected by L.A. in the second round of the 2009 draft, Clifford is expected to fill a secondary forward role in St. Louis. Listed at 6-foot-2 and 211 pounds, he had seven goals and 17 points in 69 games last season. Overall, he has 61 goals and 71 assists for 132 points in 676 NHL games. ___ For more AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    CHELSEA fell victim to individual errors as league champions Liverpool left Stamford Bridge with all three points. Andreas Christensen dragged down Sadio Mane just on the stroke of half-time before being sent off. 5Chelsea fell victim to individual errors as league champions Liverpool left Stamford Bridge with all three points Mane would strike twice but again keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was at fault as his pass was intercepted by the forward, who tapped into an empty net. Here is how Simon Phillips rated Chelsea's performers as they lost their opening home game of the season. Kepa Arrizabalaga – 4 It was a usual unsteady performance in the sticks from Kepa, who also played a part in Christensen’s sending off by rushing. Very poor showing once again. Reece James – 6 James was very quiet and was restricted by Liverpool’s high press and always struggled to deal with Mane. Kurt Zouma – 7 Zouma was solid throughout the majority of the game and worked hard again. 5Kepa hit an all time low with yet another blunder Andreas Christensen – 4 The...
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