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OPINION: Reasons Chelsea Women Team May Not Win Titles This Season

According to their domination and popularity in all events they competed in last season, the Chelsea Women's Team put on a spectacular show for everyone. With their level of approach and success in prior seasons, the Blue Women are looking to win another double this season, adding to their collection of previous victories.

Chelsea Women's Super League triumph last season was almost too easy to achieve, thanks to their strong beliefs and the dedication of those who worked tirelessly to make their goal a reality. As a result, Chelsea Women won the League Cup, also known as the Intercontinental Cup, despite losing in the Champions League Final to Barcelona Women 0-4 (see below). With overconfidence and preconceptions, Chelsea went into the Final Match versus Barcelona Women, despite the fact that both teams were leaders in their own domestic leagues and were unaware that they were playing against the reigning Spanish Primera League champion.

In their season opener against Arsenal Women, Chelsea Women suffered a defeat that they may come to regret at the end of the season if they fail to retain the Premier League title. The defeat came as a result of a "test" that Chelsea Women Coach, Emma Hayes was attempting to prove.

Based on Chelsea Women's work rate so far this season, there is no doubt that they will be strong contenders in all tournaments, particularly for the Champions League crown that they lost to Manchester City last season. They are in first place in Group A with 10 points from four games, three points ahead of Juventus Women. Emma Hayes had rested Chelsea's Super combination of Kerr and Kirby in their local League games in preparation for the Champions League matches she is aiming to win this season with the Blues team.

Chelsea's Boss reliance on Kerr and Kirby, on the other hand, has been too clear, as she has consistently gotten herself into problems whenever they have been sidelined by injuries or illnesses. This season will be filled with a slew of tasks that will require the full participation of every member of the Team rather than categorically constructing the Team around two crucial players who will undoubtedly require respite in between League periods or during insignificant matches.

It seems likely that fatigue will catch up with these two Chelsea players, who have been directly or indirectly involved in about 80 percent of Chelsea's goals this season. In addition, it has been demonstrated that Emma Hayes was unable to score many goals against Fleming, England, and others. As a result, this style will or has officially exposed Kerr and Kirby to some total lockdown from the opponent's tactical plans for them. If Chelsea's coach had been able to use other players as the main attacking force, using Kerr and Kirby as distractions or as a false nine, the result would have been better. However, she hasn't been able to do so in recent years. If Kerr and Kirby are targeted in games, there will be a goal drought, and if they are both injured at the same time, there will be pandemonium in the club.

A major obstacle for the Chelsea Women's Team this season will be the inability to properly schedule famous players for games that are of little benefit or relevance to the team. In order for the Team to perform at its peak, it is necessary to participate in three competitions. Emma Hayes is expected to do an excellent job of rotating the bigwigs in order to get the most out of her team members.

In the Super League this season, Arsenal Women are the only team to have defeated Chelsea Women. The Gunners appear to be very focused and determined, and Chelsea Women may find themselves having to put more effort into defending the title they won last season rather than diverting their attention to the Champions League, where teams such as Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain Women are major players and contenders. If Chelsea fails to win the Premier League this season, winning the Champions League could prove tough due to the number of rivals and the tight time period involved. It is now necessary to begin altering the pattern and style of play in order to accommodate other players and provide respite to deserving players when it is appropriate, prior to the Chelsea Board's issuance of a call.

Do you see what's going on with the Chelsea women's team this season, across all competitions? They are receiving all of the outcomes, but they are not adhering to the laws of division of labour, which may have an impact on the rest of the season. Please express your opinions.

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