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What Sarri vows to do amidst sack calls

Timothy Aiyeku

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Manager Maurizio Sarri has been under fire at the West London outfit Chelsea for unsatisfactory results and performance by his team.

The latest of the criticism against the manager came after their Sunday game against Cardiff where they managed to secure a 2-1 win. The fans were obviously not satisfied despite the win as they hope to have the Italian boss leave the club at the end of the season.

There are suggestions that all of the sack chants and attacks have not in any way gotten to the manager as he vowed to continue with his job and fight to make the team better.

The former Napoli boss has made it clear to the fans that he is still the Blues manager and will not be carried away not to do his job.

As he stressed that he is getting used to being called out for his sack, the former Napoli boss has stated that his focus is to help the team with a Champions League qualification with a top-four finish as it is becoming difficult by the day.

However, the Blues team have got the Europa League to fight for this season as they are currently in the quarter-finals of the competitions.

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