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The main reason why Sarri would be sacked

Timothy Aiyeku

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The results coming from the West London outfit Chelsea is becoming more disturbing than expected as the job of the Italian manager Maurizio Sarri is now placed on the line.

The Blues team have recorded three embarrassing defeats this year against Arsenal, Bournemouth and now the 6-0 humiliation by Man City at the weekend.

It is worthy to note that the manager has fuelled the situation with his comments and bashing of the players after each defeat to prove he does not have the ability to see through pressure.

However, it has been proven in past cases that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is impatient with defeats and will not allow that to get at him. He rather do away with the manager even before a second thought.

The situation is getting more glaring for the former Napoli boss as he always gets upset each time, even when he should take the blame.

Analysts have continued to blame the manager for having Jorginho replace French powerhouse N’Golo Kante in the defensive midfield role but he has refused to listen.

Suggestions are that Jorginho is not a good marker like the former Leicester City man who has been pushed to a more advanced role. There is no doubt that Sarri’s days are numbered especially if the result fails to improve.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.