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Who is ITV Euro 2020 pundit Emma Hayes?

WOMEN'S professional football manager Emma Hayes will work as a pundit for ITV during their coverage of this summer's European Championships. The 44-year-old has been the manager of Chelsea women since 2012, winning the Super League four times in that period. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE...
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Pep Guardiola is crowned LMA Manager of the Year after guiding Man City to their fifth Premier League title as he beats Marcelo Bielsa, Daniel Farke, Emma Hayes, David Moyes and Brendan Rodgers to prestigious award

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been named the LMA manager of the year after a superb campaign saw him win the league crown for a third time. The 50-year-old - who arrived at the Etihad in 2016 from Bayern Munich - reclaimed the Premier League title with City, won the League Cup for a fourth time and faces Chelsea in the Champions League final on Saturday.
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Euro 2020: ITV confirms pundit line-up as Gary Neville is joined by Roy Keane and Emma Hayes

ITV has announced its punditry line-up for the broadcaster’s coverage of Euro 2020.The tournament was postponed last summer and is now set to begin on 11 June, with the final taking place on 11 July.In the UK, TV coverage will be provided by the BBC and ITV, and the latter revealed its squad of pundits on Monday.Former Manchester United team-mates and Sky Sports regulars Gary Neville and Roy Keane are among the names, as are ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright, Liverpool legend Graeme Souness and former Gunners and Chelsea defender Ashley Cole.Chelsea Women coach Emma Hayes and former Lionesses forward Eni...
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Emma Hayes pleased with Chelsea’s response to Champions League final defeat as Blues progress in FA Cup

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes praised her side’s response after a 3-0 FA Cup win over Everton ended their season on a high following last weekend’s Champions League final defeat.Guro Reiten opened the scoring in the first half before goals from Sam Kerr and Drew Spence after the break secured Chelsea’s place in the last eight, which will not take place until September.The result came on the back of last Sunday’s 4-0 defeat to Barcelona.“There is no real shame to have a silver medal from a Champions League final,” said Hayes. “It’s a beautiful medal and it’s a stark reminder that...
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Emma Hayes column: 'It's not the trophies or medals I go to work for'

Emma Hayes MBE has been in charge of Chelsea since 2012, following a stint at American club Chicago Red Stars. She was previously assistant manager at Arsenal. With Chelsea, Hayes has won four Women's Super League titles - including the club's first in 2015 - as well as two FA Cups and a Spring Series. She is widely regarded as one of the country's best managers.
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Emma Hayes: Chelsea boss set to sign new deal

Chelsea boss Emma Hayes is set to sign a new contract at the club. The Londoner, 44, guided the Blues to Women's Super League and League Cup titles this season, but they were thrashed 4-0 by Barcelona in Sunday's Champions League final. That disappointment aside, Chelsea could still complete a...
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Emma Hayes: My leadership journey

CHELSEA WOMEN manager Emma Hayes was our guest on Episode #26 of the TGG Podcast. She told us about some of the key influences on her career and how they helped to shape her leadership philosophy. You can read and listen to what she had to say below. 1. Dad’s...
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Exclusive: Emma Hayes poised to sign new Chelsea contract

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes is poised to put pen to paper on a new contract with the Women’s Super League champions, Telegraph Sport can reveal. The 44-year-old, who is the most successful manager in the WSL era with four league titles, was a finalist in December’s Fifa Best coach of the year award and has lifted a league and League Cup double with Chelsea this term. Her side were the first British women’s team to reach a European final in 14 years but lost 4-0 to Barcelona on Sunday in Gothenburg, Sweden.
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Roman Abramovich makes a rare trip to watch Chelsea play as owner jets in to see their Women in the Champions League final in Gothenburg... before consoling Emma Hayes and her distraught players after their thrashing by Barcelona

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich took a rare opportunity to watch his team in action as they lost the Women's Champions League final to Barcelona on Sunday night. Abramovich was in the stands at the Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden to watch Chelsea slump to a 4-0 defeat. The Russian...
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Roman Abramovich watches on as Chelsea lose to Barcelona in the Women's Champions League final in Gothenburg and owner visits Emma Hayes and distraught players after 4-0 defeat

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich took a rare opportunity to watch his team in action as they lost the Women's Champions League final to Barcelona on Sunday night. Abramovich was in the stands at the Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden to watch Chelsea slump to a 4-0 defeat. The Russian...
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Emma Hayes: Chelsea showed ‘naivety’ in Champions League final loss to Barcelona

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes admitted her side were naive in their 4-0 Women’s Champions League final defeat against Barcelona. The Blues’ bid to win the competition for the first time was over by half-time following a ruthless first-half performance by their Spanish opponents. Melanie Leupolz put through her own net...