After Chelsea WSL title win, Emma Hayes ‘hasn’t got another drop to give’

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By Creative Media News

  • Emma Hayes leaves Chelsea after fifth consecutive WSL title, feeling drained
  • Hayes looks forward to leading the US women’s national team
  • Man City’s Gareth Taylor felt his squad deserved the title, despite injuries and missed chances

Emma Hayes stated that she “has no more to give” following her dismissal as Chelsea manager with a fifth consecutive Women’s Super League championship. In contrast, Gareth Taylor of Manchester City believed his squad deserved champions.

Hayes expressed her team’s league-winning goal difference triumph via a 6-0 victory at Manchester United, her final match before assuming leadership of the United States women’s national team in preparation for the Olympics, with enthusiasm and emotion. She stated, “I would say it has taken its toll on me rather than altered me,” regarding her twelve years at the institution. “I refuse to continue. Thus, I am departing precisely at the appropriate moment. “I am out of additional drops to offer it.”

Hayes remarked regarding the victory, “I cannot say it was my favorite [title], but it has been the most difficult and, as such, undoubtedly the most rewarding. I’m beyond grateful that it has passed.”

Hayes stated that it was “cringe” to be propelled to the forefront of the celebrations at Old Trafford, an environment where she has the least amount of comfort. Aside from being required to hold a press conference every three days as a football manager, I am that person in the social group who sits in the corner. I am British. I do not consider myself to be the focal point of my existence. I do not lead such a life. “Therefore, I find a portion of this job extremely difficult, as all I want is a quiet life. I’m most looking forward to leaving the British media and being in a position where I only have to do this and games every six to eight weeks.”

Taylor, meanwhile, believes his squad was the “most consistent” and is optimistic about their ability to recover from the 5 May loss to Arsenal, in which they conceded two late goals and handed Chelsea the initiative back. “That is in no way an insult to the other teams, and Chelsea has my congratulations,” he said. “However, I felt we earned it with how we performed.” “It’s normal not always to receive what you deserve. Football is a difficult profession; that is simply one aspect of it. “You gather your belongings and proceed once more.”

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Manchester City’s manager was left lamenting squandered opportunities and the injury issues that have plagued his squad at Aston Villa. He stated, “The performance was good at times.” “We certainly had the opportunity to attend to our business with 31 attempts, notwithstanding the events elsewhere.

“We acquired a single player [Jill Roord], but she left in January,” he reflected. “She possesses world-class… It was unbearable to lose Bunny [Khadija Shaw] three games ago. “Upon examining that game today, Arsenal and Bristol City, one might conclude that Bunny will score many goals in those contests.”

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