Some good news for Chelsea fans after latest Sarri news

Chelsea fans may have something to celebrate if the latest Maurizio Sarri news proves to be true.

It seems that the Italian is wanted by Serie A outfit Roma as a replacement for the disappointing Claudio Ranieri, who will be out of contract at the end of the season.

Chelsea fans, for the most part, have had enough of Sarri, he does not inspire them at all, his tactics and team selection have infuriated them more often than not and his general management capabilities are at best, not appreciated.

Don’t believe me? just get a load of some of these tweets from the Chelsea faithful

And all that was just after one game, the loss to Liverpool.

In fairness, there was some defending Sarri, but they were swamped out by the Sarri out brigade and the majority clearly want him gone at the end of the season.

Whether they are justified in wanting him jettisoned is open to debate but this reminds me of the Wenger out campaign at Arsenal, once it starts, it is then very hard to stop it.

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Anthony Turner

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4 Comments

  1. He should go, he is an over-rated average coach.

  2. SARRI SEES EVERY GAME Jorginho, STILL PUT HIM ON FIELD,IT MEANS TEAM PLAY WITH 10 PLAYER,PLUS INGAIM IT ALMOST 9.SO CHELSEA PLAY 9 MAN AGAINS LIVERPOOL. SARRI IS AN ENEMY FOR CHELSEA.YOU CAN BE ONLY BLIND NOT TO SEE THAT.CHELSEA NOW IS THE SHIP WHICH GO DOWN.WHY ABRAMOVICH WHO IS ONE OF THE SMARTEST MAN IN THE WORLD OF BUSINESS SEE THIS AND DO NOTHING? IT IS SHAME.

  3. Sarri Stay!!!
    Chelsea All The Way

  4. Our defense is shaky and we are playing one less in the midfield and also playing without top 9 that is why we find it difficult to win important games away from home.
    Our coach is very stubborn by sticking with JORGINHO that cannot run, no assist and very feeble. with Hazard heading to Real Madrid then we will be competing at mid-table

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