# Chelsea Forward Lauren James Praises Manager Emma Hayes Ahead of Manchester City Clash
Chelsea forward Lauren James is full of praise for her manager Emma Hayes ahead of their Women’s Super League clash with Manchester City this Sunday. In an interview with BBC Sport, James said: “You don’t get many managers like Emma Hayes.”
The Blues have enjoyed a successful season so far, sitting second in the table behind Manchester City. With a manager as experienced and talented as Hayes, it’s no surprise that the team is doing so well.
## Emma Hayes: A Manager Like No Other
Hayes has been with Chelsea since 2012 and has been instrumental in the club’s success. She has led the team to two Women’s Super League titles, two FA Women’s Cup wins, and three FA Women’s Continental League Cup victories.
Under her leadership, Chelsea have become one of the most successful teams in the league. She has also helped the team to develop a unique style of play that has been admired by many.
James is just one of many players who have praised Hayes for her work. She said: “She’s a great manager and she’s really helped me develop as a player. She’s always pushing us to be better and I think that’s why we’ve been so successful over the years.”
## Chelsea Look to Continue Their Winning Streak
Chelsea have won their last four games in the Women’s Super League and will be looking to continue their winning streak against Manchester City this Sunday. The Blues have been in impressive form this season and will be hoping to get the better of their rivals.
The match will be an exciting one, with both teams boasting some of the best players in the league. Manchester City have the likes of Steph Houghton, Ellen White, and Sam Mewis in their ranks, while Chelsea have the likes of Fran Kirby, Ji So-Yun, and Erin Cuthbert.
It promises to be a thrilling encounter and one that could decide the fate of the Women’s Super League title this season. Fans can watch the match live on BBC Two, iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website and app from 12.30 BST on Sunday 8 October.