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Why Maurizio Sarri might have his last game against Malmo

Timothy Aiyeku

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There are fears that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri might have his last game as Blues boss in their Thursday’s Europa League game against Malmo if threats from the opponents are anything to go by.

There is no doubt that there is already pressure on the Italian boss especially after being humiliated by 6-0 against Manchester City to place their Champions League qualification hope on the line.

However, Malmo midfielder Oscar Lewicki has stated threatened that his side are ready to add salt to the injury of the former Napoli boss by handing them a defeat in the Thursday clash.

He stated that the West London are not in the best of their form which makes it the right time to play against them so as to take advantage of the situation.

However, Sarri is reported to have held a meeting with the player on Monday with claims that there could be talks to broker peace so as not to lose concentration ahead of the game.

However, Maurizio Sarri side will against meet Man United on Monday with fears that he could see another defeat, knowing that the Red Devils have not lost any game under new interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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