4 Reasons Chelsea Fans Must Put Their Differences Aside And Back Sarri To Stay

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Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea future has been uncertain following his poor relationship with Chelsea fans. Sarri has been booed a number of times this season by the fans, and the Italian has never really been on the good side of the fans.

And now, reports claim that the 60-year-old is keen on a return to the Serie A, with Juventus keen to sign the former Napoli boss. And for Sarri, he’s sure of his job security and club stability if he joins the Old Lady – two things he can’t boast of with Chelsea.

For many Chelsea fans, Sarri doesn’t deserve to stay at the club next season and are calling for club legend Frank Lampard to lead Chelsea next season after a largely successful year as Derby County manager, in just his first year as a manager.

While the thought of a club legend returning to the club to manage the team is every fan’s fantasy, football is a more realistic sport and doesn’t exist in a fantasy world. In this game, a wrong decision can hurt you for many years.

These are three reasons Chelsea fans need to swallow their pride and let Sarri lead the team next season.

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1 Comment on "4 Reasons Chelsea Fans Must Put Their Differences Aside And Back Sarri To Stay"

  1. Hudson Ruben | June 4, 2019 at 10:28 am |

    Sarri endured all the season when everybody doubted that Chelsea will finish in top 4, and he we won the third place, lost City on penalties in FA Cup and won the Europa League. Season is not wasted, maybe you don’t like his style of play but he introduced Odoi and RLC to first team and he only brought two players and third Higuain. I think the club needs stability and Sarri would definitelly bring that with Zola, then when Frank grows as a manager he would be perfect to step up when the time comes.

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