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Special Juan

Sarri But Not Sarri Thread

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5 hours ago, Jason said:

It remains to be seen if Sarri has learned anything from it but he shouldn't have to experience it to know you gotta rotate when the team have to play every 3-4 days, regardless of the intensity. It's not rocket science and this isn't his first season of managing a team who have to play a lot of midweek games either. 

Here's the tricky thing - the Premier League is obviously the more 'prestigious' competition but our best bet of getting Champions League football next season is via the Europa League, IMO. So does he rotate against West Ham and play last night's XI against Slavia Prague or does he do it the other way and risk us struggling against Slavia Prague?

Can do another consideration imho:  Man united will play against barcelona, Tottenham with Man city, Arsenal with Napoli. 

they'll drop points in the premier league for sure, and that's why I think sarri should choose the best squad in the premier league, also because Slavia prague is an average team 

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9 hours ago, Clockwork said:

 maybe arguably the biggest reason is you don't reward good performances and punish bad performances.

I'd say he is rewarding Alonso, Barkley, Kovacic, and Pedro/Willian far more leniently than Emerson, CHO, and RLC. The former just need to put in a 7/10 performance against farmers to earn their starting XI back whereas the latter have to find Sarri the infinity stones. 

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If he keeps that team as the basis for going forward I can get behind him again. So much better looking last night. Entertaining, slick passing, fight, passion and most importantly our academy boys playing in the same team from the start. Biggest annoyance for me is sarris refusal to play rubes and Callum as well as Christensen. Last night was a breath of fresh air. Hoping he starts playing the lads more

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Don't change the winning team. Please. Everyone wants to see yesterday's starting XI against both West Ham and Liverpool.

Willian/Pedro, Kova/Barkley, Higuain and Alonso can play in the two Europa League games that are coming up

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Im OK with losing every single game thats left this season with the team that faced Brighton yesterday, than winning with Alonso.

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17 minutes ago, Bobo said:

Im OK with losing every single game thats left this season with the team that faced Brighton yesterday, than winning with Alonso.

Come on. 

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3 hours ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Come on. 

Man I am really sick of him... :D

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On 04/04/2019 at 10:44 PM, Henrique said:

This dude is very smart. On the verge of getting sacked...then put two young english players in the starting XI. Bang. Won over fans and british press. 

His head is still just above water though. A defeat/draw against West Ham with Alonso, Pedro and Willian will suddenly make him public enemy #1 again.

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On 04/04/2019 at 5:06 PM, Bobo said:

Im OK with losing every single game thats left this season with the team that faced Brighton yesterday, than winning with Alonso.

Jesus are you a Chelsea fan or a idiot? Wtf.

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Tactics were exactly the same. Just fielded the players fans wanted to see against awful opposition.

We will struggle against better teams same as we have before. Still don't see top4 this time around, regardless who starts.

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8 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

Jesus are you a Chelsea fan or a idiot? Wtf.

It was a bit of irony and probability/belief that something like that won't happen. :) Anyways apology accepted

 

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21 hours ago, Mana said:

His head is still just above water though. A defeat/draw against West Ham with Alonso, Pedro and Willian will suddenly make him public enemy #1 again.

a defeat/draw against west ham even with CHO and emerson will make him public enemy again

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Maurizio Sarri lookalike spotted on the timeline – and football twitter did it’s thing

https://www.chelsea-news.co/2019/04/sarri-lookalike-spotted-on-the-timeline-and-football-twitter-did-its-thing/

You’ve got to love football twitter sometimes. If you’re not the butt of their jokes, of course.

The unsuspecting victim in this case, who had a torrent of banter heading their way, was twitter user @Auroras_Smile – who doesn’t even appear to be remotely interested in the beautiful game.

Unfortunately for her, her partner, pictured below, looks insanely like Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri. The similarity is uncanny – it’s weird.

Of course, football twitter was fast to pick up on the lookalike, and some of the replies to the poor woman’s tweet were comedy gold.

 

 

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6 hours ago, BlueLyon said:

Sarris biggest mistake was trying to change players to fit his Sarriball instead of adapting his Sarriball to fit the players at his disposal.

the board choose him to change the type of game not sarri

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