Chelsea ladies’s membership supervisor Emma Hayes is about to half methods on the finish of the continued Women’s Super League season, the London membership confirmed on Saturday.
“Chelsea FC can today confirm that highly decorated Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes OBE will depart the club at the end of the season to pursue a new opportunity outside of the WSL and club football,” the membership mentioned in a press release.
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Emma joined the reigning double winner in 2012 and through her tenure with the membership received six FA WSL titles, 5 Women’s FA Cups, two FA Women’s League Cups, one FA Women’s Spring Series trophy and one FA Women’s Community Shield.
The 47-year-old has been named FA WSL Manager of the Season on six events and LMA WSL Manager of the Season 5 instances. She was inducted into the WSL Hall of Fame in 2021.
“Emma’s contribution to Chelsea cannot be understated. She has been a pioneer in women’s football and is hugely respected within the game. We look forward to continuing to work together over the coming months,” mentioned the membership’s chairman Todd Boehly and co-controlling proprietor Behdad Eghbali.