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Revealed, Sarri’s stand on exit speculations

Timothy Aiyeku

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It has been revealed by football journalist Duncan Castles that West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri would be happy to be sacked by the Blues boss after one year in charge.

The Italian boss joined the Stamford Bridge from Serie A outfit Napoli just a year ago and life has not been good for him owing to the bad result and relationship with the fans.

Maurizio Sarri started on a high note with a number of wins and that kept them in the frame for the English Premier League title pursuit but the situation changed along the line and he is now being wanted out of the club.

The fans had severally chanted “Sarri out” at the stadium as they are now fed up with his Sarri-ball system which has not been producing results on the scoreboard as he has been adamant on having it changed.

Duncan Castles has therefore revealed that the Italian boss might be happy with life at Chelsea but he is tired of the criticisms from the Blues fans and would not have an issue with being sacked at the end of the season.

However, suggestions are that the Italian manager would be sacked and reports claim that he could be heading to Italian Serie A outfit AS Roma.

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