1. Chelsea consider selling stake in women's team to boost investment amid £150m valuation

    By Nizaar Kinsella Chelsea are considering selling a minority stake in their women’s team amid interest from potential investors. The Blues are believed to have received at least two offers but neither have been accepted. Chelsea value their women’s side at more then £150million. Co
  2. Lauren James took on new role for Emma Hayes during surprise Man City WSL title slip-up

    By Megan Feringa Chelsea star Lauren James spent the last four minutes of Manchester City's eventual 2-1 loss to Arsenal attempting to commentate the chaotic events to her manager Emma Hayes over the phone. League leaders Manchester City hosted third-placed Arsenal on Sunday aftern
  3. Chelsea thump Bristol City 8-0 to take control of WSL fate after Man City slip-up

    By Megan Feringa Chelsea made sure to make the most of Manchester City's late capitulation to Arsenal in the Women's Super League title race as their 8-0 victory over Bristol City saw them take firm control of their WSL title destiny. If this really was to be the end of Emma Hayes
  4. Worcestershire flooding shows the urgency in sport's crucial fight against climate change

    By Felix Keith Nowhere is the impact of climate change on British sport more obvious than in Worcester. Worcestershire Cricket Club’s ground at New Road has staged Championship cricket since 1899, but its status is now under serious threat. Flooding from the River Severn is nothing
  5. Man Utd Women's progress relies on making statement in final week of transfer window

    By Jack Lacey-Hatton Before Man Utd ’s FA Cup semi-final win over Brighton in April, Marc Skinner insisted he wasn’t worried about England star Alessia Russo’s contract expiring. "I wouldn't say (the contract situations of Russo and full back Ona Batlle) goes to the highest level of