Chelsea’s manager, who helped them reach the Champions League final last season, has extended her contract with the club.
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women for nine years, has extended her stay at London after reaching the Champions League final last season. She has won 10 major trophies as Chelsea boss (four Women’s Super League titles, two Women’s FA Cups, two Continental League Cups, the FA WSL Spring Series, and the Women’s FA Community Shield.).
Hayes told theofficial Chelsea website
"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 with 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. It’s been a year and a half without fans, so I can’t wait to welcome them back to our home and share with them the wonderful team we’ve built together."
Hayes has been considered as one of the important characters in women’s football in recent years for her success with the Blues and her work as a pundit, and the club’s manager has been delighted with her contract extension.
Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia added:
"We are delighted Emma has committed to stay at Chelsea. History speaks for itself, and we are really proud of what she has achieved in the past nine years, not just at the club, but also for the growth of the women’s game. It is phenomenal and a real credit to Emma for her continued passion, hard work and dedication to the sport.
"We have no doubt there’s more exciting times to come and look forward to watching her take Chelsea Women to even greater heights in the years to come."
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