A CHELSEA FAN HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEND A MESSAGE TO SARRI. READ WHAT HE HAS TO SAY

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Chelsea fans all over the world have been hurting since the embarrassing 6-0 defeat to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday evening.

Chelsea were so poor in that game that it took City only 25 minutes to score four goals – as Chelsea experienced their worst defeat in the Premier League era.

A huge number of Chelsea fans couldn’t stand the defeat and deserted the stadium even before half-time, with Chelsea conceding two more in the second-half to end a horrible evening that the Blues can’t wait to forget, but history books won’t fail to remember.

Sarri has complained about the team’s inability to play Sarri-ball, but after the embarrassing defeat to City, talkSPORT host and disgruntled Chelsea supporter Andy Jacobs, has slammed Sarri’s insistence on playing Sarri-ball.

“If you’ve tuned in expecting me to go mad, you’ll be very disappointed, because I’m quite philosophical about it,” he began.

“It didn’t really need a 6-0 defeat to City to tell me Maurizio Sarri wasn’t the right bloke for this job. If they can lose 4-0 at Bournemouth, it’s no surprise they can lose 6-0 at City.

“I’d get rid of him.

“It’s the inflexibility I can’t stand. There’s no Plan B.

“When you’re losing 2-0 or 3-0, why not change it? Why keep playing the same way? Try something different!

“He keeps saying the same thing over and over: ‘I’m not seeing my football’. Your football is nothing, mate!

“It’s just pass and move, you haven’t reinvented the wheel, why don’t you shut up!

“The idea of having problems in defence and playing Kante where he’s playing him, it’s just mad. It’s completely mad… but, you know, never mind!

“I’d have him gone, definitely. Now.”

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VICTOR N
Chelsea is more than just a football club to me; it's a passion I share, and my affinity with the Chelsea badge is one that will last forever. As far as watching my favourite team is concerned, I'd rather miss a meal than miss a Chelsea game.