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Chelsea fans won’t like Sarri’s statement in the past, Sack an option?

Timothy Aiyeku

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There are indications that the criticisms and pressure on the Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will not hold any water if records of the past are to be considered.

The Blues boss has failed to deliver good results at the West London outfit with the latest being the 2-0 suffered against Man United in the FA Cup.

A lot has been said with pundits giving advice to the Italian boss and asking him to change his tactics and be more flexible in ensuring that his players do the right thing as well as playing to instruction but he has kept mute without saying a word.

Latest revelation says the Chelsea boss has once made a claim in the past which hints that he will not be ready to have his policy and style bent for good results because of his belief in what he knows.

In a piece for Football.london, it was revealed by Napoli expert that Sarri was asked if he would like to be remembered as the Netherlands in the 70s that played the best football but did not win anything or compromise their style to win something of value.

He was vocal to state that he will like to win but insisted that he will not willing to compromise his style just to win.

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