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Emma Hayes says Chelsea Women’s success has been result of major building process | Football News

“There will be huge battles ahead facing Man City this year,” says Emma Hayes following Chelsea’s Women’s Community Shield win at Wembley

By Michael Jordan

Last Updated: 30/08/20 11:28am

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Chelsea Women’s head coach Emma Hayes says the club’s success has come over a long building period, following their Community Shield win over Manchester City

Chelsea Women’s head coach Emma Hayes says the club’s success has come over a long building period, following their Community Shield win over Manchester City

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes believes her side’s Women’s Community Shield victory over Manchester City is testament to the major building process that has gone on at the club during her time in charge.

Millie Bright’s stunner put the Women’s Super League champions on course for a victory that was wrapped up by substitute Erin Cuthbert’s emphatic stoppage-time finish.

The 2-0 success at Wembley on Saturday saw Chelsea become the first team to win the Women’s Community Shield since 2008.

Hayes said: “You have to remember I’ve been here nine years. This hasn’t just happened, I haven’t just assembled a team overnight.

“This has taken some time to build a quality team, and I am so lucky to be given the chance to manage at Chelsea and be given the trust by the club to build…

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