A legend to call time at Chelsea, City’s Gareth Taylor not happy with Jonas Eidevall and pressure mounts for leaky Aston Villa

The news of Emma Hayes’ departure from Chelsea at the end of the season sent out ripples of shock on Saturday afternoon. Her transformation of the club on and off the pitch in her 11-year spell has placed them at the pinnacle of the women’s game. Her haul of 13 major trophies and countless individual awards illustrates exactly why she is widely regarded as one of the best managers of her generation. She is certainly the most successful in WSL history. It is widely thought that the vacant role as US Women’s National Team manager awaits. A move into international football always seemed inevitable and there are few bigger roles for her to sink her teeth into. For now, however, the fact she gets to say goodbye to Chelsea on her own terms, something rarely seen in football, seems apt. Sophie Downey

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