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SportSarri has lost the dressing room says Sutton

12:25  11 february  2019
12:25  11 february  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Sarri singles out Hazard in the wake of Bournemouth defeat

Sarri singles out Hazard in the wake of Bournemouth defeat Maurizio Sarri reportedly singled out Eden Hazard during his post mortem of the defeat against Bournemouth. The Telegraph report that the Belgian faced the brunt of Sarri’s criticism, with the Italian head coach locking himself and the players inside the changing rooms for an hour after the game. It was reported that the players and Sarri held talks after the game, with the former Napoli boss frustrated with the team’s understanding of his demands. Among that, it is claimed that Sarri was particularly unimpressed with Hazard, who he believed was not following his tactical instructions.

Sarri said afterwards he hopes to speak to Chelsea manager Roman Abramovich. 'If the president calls, I'll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him Maurizio Sarri has now truly lost the dressing room while Paul Pogba has shown just how much Jose Mourinho held him back: THINGS WE

10 THINGS WE LEARNED: Sarri has truly lost the dressing room while Pogba has shown just how much Mourinho held him back. Jamie Carragher says Maurizio Sarri 's Chelsea resemble a 'weak' Arsenal team as they crumbled against a ferocious Manchester City on Sunday.

Sarri has lost the dressing room says Sutton © Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Sport Manchester City v Chelsea FC - Premier League

Maurizio Sarri may well have lost the Chelsea dressing room, according to pundit and former striker Chris Sutton.

Speaking on BBC’s 606, as cited on the Express, Sutton explains that the Chelsea squad are clearly not playing for the Italian head coach.

“He’s stubborn and I there are questions over Sarri. This is the same Sarri who said not so long back that he can’t motivate his players.”

“And if you’re the owner of the club, what are you thinking? Today (Sunday), did all the players give it their all? Well, I’m not so sure they did.”

More pressure at Napoli than Chelsea, insists under-fire Sarri

More pressure at Napoli than Chelsea, insists under-fire Sarri Increasing scrutiny at Chelsea does not concern Maurizio Sarri because he believes his time at Napoli left him more under the microscope.

The ESPN FC crew of Gab Marcotti, Steve Nicol, Paul Mariner and Alejandro Moreno address Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri holding a closed-door meeting after a 4-0 loss to Bournemouth. Nicol says Sarri looks like he is “drowning

10 THINGS WE LEARNED: Sarri has lost the dressing room while Pogba shows just how much Mourinho held him back. 'You have to ask the club,' Sarri said amid growing calls for his removal after a fourth defeat in eight games. Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is second-favourite as

The Blues fell to a humiliating defeat away to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon, with the Premier League champions putting six goals past Sarri’s side.

Chelsea made it all too easy for Pep Guardiola’s side, who strolled past the Blues with no trouble at all.

Following the game, serious concerns have been raised about Sarri’s position at Stamford Bridge.

Sarri has lost the dressing room says Sutton © Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport

The former Napoli boss has admitted that his job is now on the line, with Chelsea facing a tough end to the month.

Malmo await in the Europa League, while Chelsea have to play Manchester United in the FA Cup and face City yet again in the Carabao Cup final.

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