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PremierLeague-News.Com - Chelsea wrapped up their second successive Women's Super League title with a 5-0 win over Reading
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! There could be four trophies in the Chelsea Women cabinet by the end of the season. But even if Emma Hayes's side go on to lift the Champions League and the FA Cup, pulling off just the second quadruple in English football history, for the Blues boss winning the league is the most special piece of silverware. Chelsea wrapped up a fourth Women's Super League title with a thumping 5-0 win over Reading, with Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr to the fore, providing all the proof needed that they are worthy champions. "Some people said we didn't really win the league last season because it was decided on points per game, but now we really are the champions and there's validation in that," said Hayes. "I'm happy about that. You don't want that hanging over you and the players wanted to demonstrate like that. Read More Related Articles We believe we can win the quadruple, says Chelsea Women captain Eriksson Read More Related Articles 'The timing was crucial' - How Sam Kerr's opener saw Chelsea past rivals Spurs in WSL "What you need to understand is teams have invested. The belief was that Chelsea had spent all the money and the rest haven't - no, it doesn't work like that, there were four teams who could have been in with a shout of winning this league. "This was the hardest to win, and the fact that this went to the last day was a demonstration of that. "We've lost one game all season and I'm glad we lost that game, you're never too good to lose and it keeps you on the edge. "My team show so many signs and today was another great day.
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." The devastating duo they call 'Kerrby' combined for the second goal, as the Matildas star pulled back for Kirby to smash into the top corner. Had Kingsmeadow been open to fans, the roof would have come off for the third goal as Kirby curled in a magnificent effort from a Kerr ball. The pair's electric partnership has been one of the joys of watching Chelsea this season, sadly a joy that for fans has been limited to following from home. "There were fans outside when the game ended and we managed to go up on the gantry and celebrate with the handful of fans that were outside," said Hayes. "I was so gutted for them. "This team is amazing and they haven't had the chance to experience anything with them in the stadium. This, for sure is about them." To follow the action and sign up for The FA Player’s live Barclays FA Women’s Super League coverage visit womenscompetitions.thefa.com
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