The Matildas hero and Kristie Mewis have been together since 2020.
Jermaine Jenas has apologised and admitted he “got it wrong” after attacking officials on social media during the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and his former club Tottenham.
Chelsea are in desperate need of a win as they welcome Brighton to Stamford Bridge in the Carabao Cup third round. Mauricio Pochettino has overseen just one win in six Premier League games and his Blues side scrapped past AFC Wimbledon in the previous round. Brighton, meanwhile, are flying high and will be confident of recording a third consecutive win over a Chelsea side who have hired (and then fired) their manager and signed arguably their best player in the last year.
Former Tottenham star Aaron Lennon believes Mauricio Pochettino's notoriously gruelling training regimes is behind Chelsea’s underwhelming start to the season. Pochettino has overseen just one win from Chelsea's first six Premier League games - which came against relegation favourites Luton Town - and went down 1-0 at home to Aston Villa at the weekend. Chelsea have been affected by a string of injuries to first-team players, including Christopher Nkunku, Moises Caicedo, Romeo Lavia, Reece James, Noni Madueke, Benoit Badiashile, Wesley Fofana and more.