Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has complained about the difficulty of his players to be motivated despite his efforts to have them win games effortlessly.
He made this complaint after the defeat before the 4-0 humiliation against Bournemouth which seems to have gotten to the players and that has to be checked according to former Arsenal winger Perry Groves.
Perry Groves stated that the Italian boss must find a way to stop being tactically arrogant to the players in a bid to motivate and inspire their trust in him and his style.
He noted that it is obvious that the players are not having the Italian boss and the only way to correct is not to go through the use of force or other attacks.
It has been suggested that the Italian boss needs a change in his system and approach to games which is already being expected by the players.
However, there seems to be tension in the Blues camp as most players are not in good mood following the attacks from the manager after the Bournemouth defeat.
There are fears that the Blues boss Maurizio Sarri would be shown the way out if he fails to motivate the players for a Champions League qualification.