CHELSEA WOMEN were visited by club proprietor Roman Abramovich following their 4-0 Champions League last loss to Barcelona. The Spanish side scored in the primary moment and would not take their foot off the gas, dashing into a four-objective lead after only 36 minutes prior to facilitating to triumph.
After the loss, Russian extremely rich person Abramovich showed up in the Chelsea changing area as he comforted the players and administrator Emma Hayes. Abramovich is never considered visiting to be players after games as he has adopted a lot calmer strategy to his possession job as of late. What's more, Hayes, who has been Chelsea manager since 2012, clarified how she revealed to Abramovich that her side stay hungry for European wonder in spite of the whipping they had recently experienced.
She said: "Our proprietor came in to see us, and every one of the young ladies rushed to disclose to him that we'll be back here and we'll buckle down on the preparation pitch to ensure we do that. "In the event that I know this gathering alright I realize that they mean those words. This is simply one more advance in our excursion." It has still been a remarkably fruitful season for Chelsea Women, who won the Women's Super League and League Cup.
What's more, Hayes shared a Twitter post on Monday morning with her deliberate contemplations on the loss. First effort to learn. We will develop from the previous evening. Many thanks for every one of the sort messages of help. Our game will continue to improve. Viewpoint. 4 awards are not very pitiful. Congratulations @FCBfemeni class outfit and commendable champs. pic.twitter.com/kR0f29X33Z
Close by a photograph showing her Women's Super League, League Cup and Champions League other participants awards, the Blues supervisor added: "First effort to learn. We will develop from the previous evening.
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