After a historic season with the Blues, Emma Hayes signs a new contract with Chelsea.
Emma Hayes became the first female coach in the Women’s Champions League final after 12 years. Chelsea got defeated by Barcelona in the final. She joined Chelsea in 2012 and since then managed the team on 249 matches. She has won Women’s Super League 4 times, Women’s’ FA Cup and League Cup two times, Women’s Community Shield and WSL Spring Series. In an exciting title race with Manchester City, Hayes managed to win her most recent title with a two point advantage.
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“Everyone knows what this club means to me. The work we’ve done together over the last nine years has been hugely rewarding, full of growth of the women’s game, accompanied by winning, which is one of the club’s key values. I really look forward to keep building on the successes we’ve already achieved and I’m delighted to have extended further,” Hayes said.