Hayes aiming to be history maker
Daily Star|December 04, 2021
EMMA HAYES has challenged her Chelsea side to become history makers at tomorrow’s Women’s FA Cup final.
IAN WINROW

WOMEN’S FA CUP FINAL

ARSENAL CHELSEA V TOMORROW, 2pm, BBC1 & BT SPORT 1

The Wembley showdown with Arsenal will be 50th edition of the showpiece clash after the Coviddelayed 2020-21 competition.

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