Chelsea women’s head coach says that Abramovich’s departure won’t impact their performance.
women’s head coach has talked about
decision of selling the club, insisting that the Blues’ success will not be interrupted and that they will keep their good form no matter what happens.
“Chelsea has been a strong force and will remain a strong force going forward because of the people involved with this football club.
“This is part of the reason why we have, as a football club, been hugely successful. It's an amazing culture, with amazing people internally.
“I think we will come through this period and adapt and evolve, as you have to in this business. While there's uncertainty, athletes know that, football players know that, no thing remains the same and having that ability to acknowledge change when it happens, [and] adapt and evolve to that, I think, is what makes top, top class players what they are.
“I feel like I have no anxieties or worry about our position or our status.”
Despite being confident about the club’s success even after Roman Abramovich, Hayes admits that no one is more challenged than the people of Ukraine.
“I think the week has been difficult, of course it has, I can’t deny that, but nothing is more difficult than what Ukraine is going through.
“We play football, we play a sport we love. Yes, there’s going to be some change but Chelsea will prevail and maintain, I think, the position that we’re in because of the amazing people that we have at our football club.
“This is a successful organization and it will remain a successful organization and you won’t do that by breaking it up or going backwards. No, this football club is invested in its women’s team and I expect that to remain long and strong into the future.”
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