Date: 29th April 2019 at 9:11am
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Now whether Maurizio Sarri will be given a second season, at Stamford Bridge, to develop the side remains to be seen.

The Italian, who could still steer Chelsea to Europa League glory and a top-four finish in the Premier League, has never been accepted as charismatic enough to occupy the position with his style of football being heavily criticised by the Chelsea support.

But it does appear that Sarri has his supporters back in Italy.

Last week supporters of his previous club, Napoli, unfurled a banner requesting that he makes a sentimental return to the club whilst, today, another leading Serie A club are, apparently, interested in acquiring his services next season.

According to the Evening Standard, AC Milan have identified Sarri as a possible replacement for their beleaguered current boss, Gennaro Gattuso.

I get the impression Sarri definitely wants to remain at Stamford Bridge but as for the boards thinking, I haven’t a clue, how about you?

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  • Anyway looking at the season from the beginning to this date it has really been a below par achievements due to the fact that Chelsea has the right tools to become the champion this was visible at the first ten premier league games. As the season progresses the team started collapsing due to three obvious reasons which I am going to mention. The first reason is that we have a very stubborn Manager in Sarri which refused to see that both Kante and Jorginho are playing out of positions! Secondly the way Chelsea moves the ball forward is very irritating I can tag it a “snail movement” this really affects their scoring chances because it allows opponent to easily regroup. Thirdly the wingers in Aszpilicueta and Alonzo are just too worst to contribute in attacks their crosses into the box is really nothing to write home about and up till now no improvement in their crosses into the box for the striker it’s either being blocked by opponent or miss the target by a wide range. And lest I forget it is right time to look for a young energetic and young striker. KTBFFH

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