ROMAN ABRAMOVICH MAKES DECISION ON MAURIZIO SARRI

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Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is under intense pressure to keep his job after Chelsea’s 2-0 loss at Everton. The loss leaves Chelsea’s hopes of finishing in the top four hanging in the balance.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich reportedly has no desire to sack Sarri before the end of the season according to The Sun but he is resigned to the fact that the Italian is not a long-term match for the role and have started to consider alternatives.

Sarri will only be sacked before the end of the season if Chelsea crash out of the Europa League and suffer a collapse in our battle for a top-four place.

While Sarri is set to finish the season as Chelsea boss, it’s looking highly unlikely he would be in the role next season with the board already looking at other alternatives.

Zinedine Zidane was the board’s No 1 target to replace Sarri at the end of the season but the Frenchman’s decision to return to Real Madrid for a second spell has forced the board to look elsewhere.

The Sun claim Abramovich is now considering Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo or Chelsea legend Frank Lampard to replace Maurizio Sarri at the end of the season.

The Chelsea owner has been impressed with the success of Nuno Espirito Santo at Wolves since bringing them up from the Championship last season. Wolves look set to secure a top-half finish and are in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. They beat Chelsea 2-1 away at Molineux and drew 1-1 at Stamford Bridge this season.

Lampard, who made 649 appearances and won three league titles and the Champions League at Stamford Bridge, is also being considered for the role of Chelsea boss. Lampard has endured a mixed season at Derby as they sit outside the Championship play-off places but the board have been impressed with the legend’s first season as a manager. It is believed Chelsea fans would prefer Lampard is appointed to replace Sarri.

Chelsea fans revolted against Sarri during last month’s FA Cup defeat by Manchester United and according to Daily Mail, fans are now prepared to boycott home games.

There were empty seats at the last home game against Wolves and more are now expected when Brighton, West Ham and Burnley visit Stamford Bridge next month.

It is believed if fans boycott home games and continue to show their dissatisfaction with Sarri’s role as Chelsea boss, the board could be forced to sack the Italian before the end of the season.

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8 Comments on "ROMAN ABRAMOVICH MAKES DECISION ON MAURIZIO SARRI"

  1. Chayen Johnson | March 27, 2019 at 10:04 am |

    I am sure there are Managers are out there, and if we look around will could find a good replacement for Sarri

  2. Nuno wouldn’t be a bad choice, he would bring the fast paced and highly spirited football that Chelsea is known for.

  3. CHIEF GEORGE | March 28, 2019 at 4:44 pm |

    CHELSEA SHOULD NOT WAIT TILL END OF THE SEASON. THEY SHOULS SACK SARI IMMEDIATELY FOR HE WILL NOT BRING TROPHY TO STANDFORD BRIDGE

  4. Sack that weed master fast. Odoi, loftus cheek, ampadu doesn’t get EPL enough time. Play kante in his position is a problem. Which kind man be that?

  5. The best thing to do is to sack that man
    How can he be disrespecting his players
    Selling them
    Loaning them out
    Because he hate them not because they are not playing well

    And also put players in there right positions
    Bring back Victor moses to the team
    Thanks

  6. oscar mbinji | March 30, 2019 at 7:59 am |

    let ngola kante play his position then let try to play odoi and hazard on flangs we see the difference,,,,sari has time to defend as a couch we can not just suck him fast lets give him time coz I look at gurdiola when he join man city he had so many problems but now he has settled

  7. Abdulai Dargo | March 30, 2019 at 7:21 pm |

    He should be out by now, can’t understand English football. Sarri ball is a complete mess for Chelsea

  8. Bele Maxwell | March 31, 2019 at 2:01 am |

    watching Kante’s career drown is quite a pinch on my skin…not believing in good players like Moses and Cahill kills my spirit…#Sarri_Must_Leave!!….bring back the glory

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