Premier league news Chelsea boss Hayes has eyes on Women's Champions League prize ahead of final Last spor news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Blues look to win their third trophy of the season on Sunday evening.

Premier league news Chelsea boss Hayes has eyes on Women's Champions League prize ahead of final Last spor news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Blues look to win their third trophy of the season on Sunday evening.

Premier league news  Chelsea boss Hayes has eyes on Women's Champions League prize ahead of final Last spor news
16 May 2021 - 07:32

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has already led her team to two trophies so far this season - and a third could follow on Sunday. They won the Barclays FA Women's Super League title last weekend to add to the FA Women's Continental Tyres League Cup they picked up in March. And now the Blues face Barcelona in the UEFA Women's Champions League Final in Gothenburg and seek their first-ever European crown. Hayes, however, has experience of winning the competition - when it was the UEFA Women's Cup, she was assistant to Vic Akers when Arsenal won it back in 2007, the first and so far only English side to do so. "I know it probably shouldn’t be but being a winner is what drives me," she told media ahead of the final. "I’ve always wanted to blow the sport up so I’m proud to say I think I’ve played my part in doing that. That was always intentional. Everything I do is always intentional." Read More Related Articles Why Emma Hayes is prouder of Chelsea's 2021 Women's Super League title than any other Read More Related Articles We believe we can win the quadruple, says Chelsea Women captain Eriksson Hayes took the Chelsea job in 2012 and over the last nine years has led the club as it transformed to one of the leading sides in the continent. She paid tribute to her players but also everyone who had laid the foundations in the previous decade for her side to excel - including chairman Bruce Buck and director Marina Granovskaia. "We're there because we work our backsides off to be in this position, and the highs and lows that come with it," she explained.

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. Then when it comes to knowing what you want, I always say it's not about what you want. It's what you don't want. I always focus on making sure I don't have those things and keep shifting towards the place you want to get to, and trust the process." Chelsea beat Bayern Munich over the two legs of the semi-final, while Barcelona defeated Paris Saint-Germain - and Hayes is looking forward to the spectacle when Europe's two form sides meet. "Barcelona are an incredible team," she said. "You see it in the way they beat PSG. They have the ability going forward to score goals against anyone, that is clear. But so do we. I think it will be a very entertaining game between two fantastic football teams."

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