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When did Emma Hayes get the Chelsea job?

When did Emma Hayes get the Chelsea job?

Hayes landed the Chelsea Women job in August 2012, replacing Liverpool-bound Matt Beard . Hayes was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2016 Birthday Honours for services to football.

What did Emma Hayes do at Arsenal Ladies?

Hayes served as assistant first team coach at Arsenal Ladies, as the Gunners achieved unprecedented success, winning 11 major trophies during a three-season spell in north London, including three Women’s Premier League titles, three FA Women’s Cups and the UEFA Women’s Cup crown.

Who is the head coach of Chelsea Women?

Emma Hayes. Emma Hayes MBE (born 18 October 1976) is an English association football (soccer) coach and current manager of Chelsea Women. She served as the head coach and director of soccer operations for Chicago Red Stars of Women’s Professional Soccer in the United States from 2008 until 24 May 2010.

Why was Emma Hayes in the FA Cup Final?

Later on in the season, Hayes won the race for Reading & England forward Fran Kirby for a British record fee. With the agonising memories of final-day defeat still fresh in memory, Hayes guided her side to an historic league and cup double, edging the FA Cup Final thanks to a lone strike from Ji late on in the first half.

Who are the players that played for Emma Hayes?

Aided with addition of new players including Ramona Bachmann, Maren Mjelde, Erin Cuthbert and Crystal Dunn, Emma Hayes guided her side to finish top, in a reorganised FA WSL1, on goal difference. The team also played the FA Cup competitions and reached the semi-final but were knocked out by Birmingham City in a penalty shoot-out.

Why did Emma Hayes take a break from football?

‘We ask for Emma’s privacy to be respected at this time as she takes a break from football and enjoys life as a new mother.’ Hayes watched on TV on Tuesday night as Chelsea won 2-0 at Bristol City to be crowned Women’s Super League champions.