Emma Hayes ‘hasn’t got another drop to give’ after Chelsea WSL title triumph

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  • Exhausted Chelsea manager signs off with fifth successive title
  • ‘I felt we deserved title,’ says Manchester City’s Gareth Taylor

Emma Hayes said she doesn’t “have another drop to give” after bowing out as Chelsea manager with a fifth Women’s Super League title in a row, while Manchester City’s Gareth Taylor felt his team would have deserved to be champions.

Hayes spoke passionately and emotionally after her side won the league on goal difference with a 6-0 win at Manchester United, her final game before she leaves to take over the US women’s national team in time for the Olympics. “I’d say it’s taken its toll, rather than changed me,” she said of her 12 years at the club. “I categorically cannot carry on. So, I am absolutely leaving at the right time. I don’t have another drop to give it.”

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Written by Suzanne Wrack at Old Trafford and Sophie Downey at Villa Park
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/article/2024/may/18/emma-hayes-hasnt-got-another-drop-to-give-after-chelsea-wsl-title-triumph under the title “Emma Hayes ‘hasn’t got another drop to give’ after Chelsea WSL title triumph”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.