Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes has one of the toughest tasks on her hands over the next few days - keeping her squad focused and fighting for the final two league games of what has been a bittersweet season. The fact that, in the great scheme of things, the matches are almost meaningless in termsREAD MORE
Women’s manager Emma Hayes, holding up her thumb and fingertip with a gap which barely let in daylight. The Blues drew 1-1 with Lyon in a thrilling second leg of their Champions League semi-final at Kingsmeadow on Sunday afternoon, but lost 2-3 on aggregate, despite the players giving everything. As they slumped to the groundREAD MORE
The visiting Lyon team who pitch up at Kingsmeadow today to contest the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Chelsea will be served better food than the Blues were given in France! Manager Emma Hayes, speaking ahead of this afternoon's 2pm kick-off game - with Chelsea trailing 2-1 from last Sunday's first legREAD MORE
"There are going to be clappers, whistles, drums, everything - it's going to be noisy," warned Blues captain Kaz Carney ahead of Sunday's showdown with Lyon, with the prize at stake being a place in the Champions League final. "I still think we've got a couple more gears in us," she added. "Making Kingsmeadow aREAD MORE
Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes believes the fans at Kingsmeadow are the best in the land, and that their support holds the key to the Blues knocking Lyon, the reigning European queens, out of this year's Champions League on Sunday. "I'm looking forward to a packed house on Sunday, with our loyal fanbase making itREAD MORE
A stonking second half for Chelsea Women in Lyon gave the Blues a platform to build on in the eagerly awaited second leg of the Champions League semi-final at Kingsmeadow in a week's time. Although Chelsea are 2-1 down from the first leg in France, there were hugely encouraging signs for manager Emma Hayes, andREAD MORE
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