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Why Sarri’s sack is not negotiable

Timothy Aiyeku

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There are suggestions that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will not last any longer as the Blues boss after it has been revealed that the players have been given the hint.

The speculations over the future of the Italian boss became more serious when he led his side to suffered an embarrassing 6-0 defeat against Manchester City which raised doubts over his ability as a sound manager.

However, there are reports that the players are now aware that Maurizio Sarri would be sacked especially if he fails to win any of his next coming games against Man United – the FA Cup, another clash against Man City in the Carabao Cup finals before setting up a Premier League clash against Tottenham consecutively.

A Daily Mail report claims that one of the players has confided in his adviser hinting that Maurizio Sarri could be sacked if he fails to win one out of the next two games.

This places the manager in a very tight situation knowing that his side are not in a good form and he has so far struggled against big sides.

It is claimed that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is unhappy with the situation and will not like to feel inferior amongst big sides like Liverpool and Man City.

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