Date: 13th February 2019 at 12:55pm
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With the managerial situation, at Chelsea, continuing to provide numerous column inches, much to our delight, a report that has appeared this morning covers the situation from a different angle.

According to the tabloid publication, the Sun, Maurizio Sarri’s days, much to the delight of several supporters may be numbered.

Our quoted source is reporting that Chelsea are already looking to source a replacement and have identified Zinedine Zidane as the man to lead us out of the doldrums.

Zidane is currently out of work, after being axed by Real Madrid, but whether he fancies trying to kick-start his managerial career by becoming the latest incumbent of what is a very hot Chelsea hot-seat, remains to be seen.

Yesterday, the inference was picked up by the red-top publication, the Metro, inferring that Sarri was half-expecting a call from Roman Abramovich to discuss the current situation, could it be too much to hope for that it’s not a call that Sarri will enjoy and that he could be clearing his draws?

The above might sound harsh and whilst I’d normally not advocate a change at the managerial helm, my personal view is that it is something that is desperately needed, Sarri is out of his depth and results are now proving that.

But, that is just my opinion, please feel free to beg to differ in our comment section, beneath this article, if you hold a different view.

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6 Replies to “There’s A Suggestion Being Bandied About That Chelsea Are Already Looking For A Replacement For Under-Fire Sarri”

  • Time for him for him to clear his draws was long overdue, that time was immediately after being beaten 6-0 by Man City. We are Chelsea after all, and it’s one thing to lose a game, and another thing to be beaten by another team 6-0 as if we are a team of amateurs. Whilst we are having some of the best players in the league. That’s just unacceptable. And whilst clearing his draws, he doesn’t have to forget to take with him his useless Jorginho, because even our Bakayoko wasn’t poor as that Jorginho (unable to defend, unable to run, and unable to score).

  • I feel very sorry for Sarri. He has not helped the situation for himself, he has disagreed with everyone on Kante. Then he turns on the whole squad and claim they are incapable of comprehending his football philosophy yet the players were willing to play for him until the Spurs game when his tactics were outdone by Pochetino. He seems to have the kind of football that only exist in fantasy world. It is only a product of his dreams and will remain as such. He needs to come to terms with reality.

  • In fact, Zidane cited a “need for change” at Real Madrid, as of his reason for leaving. Any thinking person, then, would deduce that if this legendary player was critical of his own club, the odds of signing for a shit show like Chelsea, at the moment, would be slim to none.

  • So true,Zidane is not coming to this mess, we are back to where we were before Abramovich bought the club , in fact worse, at least then we had a team that was going places.

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