Emma Hayes rejects claims she’s moving to the USA for money



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Emma Hayes has denied claims that she’s becoming the manager of the USA Women’s team for financial reasons.

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23 thoughts on “Emma Hayes rejects claims she’s moving to the USA for money

  1. I don't see why that matters, If I switched jobs to make more money I am congratulated. The fact money is what we as a society use to judge success. She or anyone else has the right to do whatever they want and if she went for the money, congratulations lady make as much as you can.

  2. 1. Of course the money matters, who can blame her.

    2. What even is this? Every question is about the US job. 7 months to go of Chelsea’s season and every interview will be like this. Emma has moved on, the team needs to as well. Players deserve a full time coach, hire a new one.

  3. If you don't listen to the news, you are uninformed. If you listen, you are misinformed. Today, news is reported as quickly as possible and not as accurately as possible, so the media should not be trusted.

  4. If you look at many of her past interviews, this was always going to happen. The money was always going to come for her. Coaches of women's teams are paid appallingly low amounts of money and are still expected to produce

  5. Would you report on this if she took a job for less money?

    Idk one human being in any role of employment who wouldn't take another job if it offered more income. There are exceptions such as, working for an employer that uses child labor etc but all in all, every single one of us would leave for more money.

    Everyone at Sky would do the same. It's a shame the title isn't, Emma Hayes gets career opportunity to coach one of the world's best women's national teams. (granted they were rubbish last WC)

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