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Sarri makes incredible confession about English football

Timothy Aiyeku

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West London outfit Chelsea boss Manager Maurizio Sarri is having his first taste of English football this season, having arrived from Italian Serie A outfit Napoli in last summer’s transfer window.

The Italian boss is no doubt new to the system but he had a fantastic start to the season with a number of winning runs until the last couple weeks which has been frustrating for him.

Maurizio Sarri saw a number of defeats which the club fans and owners could not bear, making his future at the club look bleak as he could be sacked if he fails to return to winning ways.

However, the Blues’ boss has got something to say about football in England which is quite different from what is obtainable in Italy, noting that players in the English league are more concerned about intensity during training and fewer tactics while the reverse is the case for Serie A players.

He, therefore, admitted that it is a learning process for him and he is beginning to understand certain things which will keep him going as there is a different mentality in England.

Meanwhile, the future of Blues boss is in limbo as his job is being linked with other managers.

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