Emma Hayes: “I’ll be crying my eyes out for the last few weeks”


Emma Hayes: “I’ll be crying my eyes out for the last few weeks”

The coach of Chelsea, Emma Hayesexpected an emotional end to his brilliant phase in Super League women’s team when she leaves at the end of this season to manage the United States national team. Hayes took charge of Chelsea in 2012 and led them to become the leaders of English women’s football, winning six league titles and five FA Cups.

Hayes, 47, was candid when asked if he would find it difficult to say goodbye to Chelsea. “I don’t think they are mixed emotions. I think I will cry my eyes out over the last few weeks,” he said in an interview after receiving the award from the Football Writers’ Association (FWA). “I have contributed my grain of sand and I hope they welcome me back as just another fan, because that’s how I see myself,” she added.

Hayes has led Chelsea to 13 major trophies in his 11 seasons at the club and now leads the WSL standings by three points on Manchester City midway through this campaign. The Englishwoman added this latest accolade to her extensive resume, becoming the first woman in 42 years to win this sceptre. The only title they are missing is the Champions League, which they are desperate to win this year, as Chelsea lost to FC Barcelona in the 2021 final.

Hayes has a tough task ahead of her to rebuild the four-time world champion United States women’s team and return it to its former glory after the Americans were eliminated from the World Cup last year in the round of 16.

“I will develop another facet and I have to work with a team also outside the field in a different way to prepare for big tournaments. But I am excited to go to the Olympic Games and the World Cup, those are The dreams was done, to think that I was in a position where I could lead a team to the Paris Olympic Games and to a World Cup in three years,” he explained.

Source: La Verdad


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