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Jason

closed Chelsea 4-1 Arsenal

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Man of the Match   33 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is your Man of the Match?

    • Kepa
      1
    • Azpilicueta
      1
    • Christensen
      1
    • Luiz
      0
    • Emerson
      0
    • Jorginho
      2
    • Kante
      0
    • Kovacic
      1
    • Hazard
      24
    • Pedro
      0
    • Giroud
      3
    • Willian (sub)
      0
    • Barkley (sub)
      0
    • Zappacosta (sub)
      0

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Jesus, we are a meme, players dropping like flies, manager wants out, best player cant shut up about wanting to leave and now players fighting in training??? can we just have a fucking quite day for once. 

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10 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

By no means I approve this shit between players one day before the finale, but what the hell is wrong with Sarri?

Throwing tantrums like that, acting like he is 5 years old. His job is to fucking fix the situation after it happens, not storm away completely losing it.

Do we even know if he's walking off because of the fight? 

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I've got no problem with this from the players, it shows there's a bit of an edge to them in training which there should be before a final and disagreements, players leaving one on each other, etc happens a lot in training it's just media don't get to see it.

What is the problem however is Sarri having a tantrum over it. If it got diffused and that was it, it's a nothing story but the whole situation is exacerbated by Sarri's reaction when he knows it's an open training session.

I've worried in recent months about Sarri's man management style and ability and this does nothing to alleviate that.

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What a cluster fuck we have become. A manager that commands respect would not allow this shit to happen.....he should tear them both a new one.

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25 minutes ago, xPetrCechx said:

I don't want us to lose.... :(

We won't. Don't know why but I am fairly confident for tomorrow. They are bigger bottlers. Will be under far more pressure. And hazard will have the perfect send off.

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Higs losing is cool in training before a final.

I don't know what to say about Sarri's childish antics as well.

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40 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Well he isn't walking off and slamming his cap down due to no fags in Baku.

Or he probably just got news Kante isn't fit and has to play Barkley. 

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1 hour ago, Mana said:

BREAKING: Drama during training. Higs and Luiz were arguing, Sarri threw his cap and stormed off during training.

 

From that video, things hardly look as bad as the headlines would suggest...

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https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/may/28/maurizio-sarri-chelsea-europa-league-training    

Maurizio Sarri stormed away from Chelsea’s training session at the Olympic Stadium on the eve of the Europa League final against Arsenal within an hour of admitting for the first time he is considering his future.

Sarri twice flung his baseball cap to the ground in frustration, kicking it across the technical area, before departing down the tunnel while the session was still winding up. The tantrum occurred moments after Gonzalo Higuaín and David Luiz had been involved in an altercation during a practice match, though the club were quick to deny the incidents were connected.

Sarri is understood to have been unhappy that the team’s final training session was open to observers, as per Uefa’s stipulation. There was presumably exasperation, too, that N’Golo Kanté had been limited to around half an hour of gentle running with a physio. The knee injury picked up at Cobham on Saturday is likely to see him start the final on the bench at best. The midfielder spoke at length with the medical director, Paco Biosca, on the pitch before going inside for further treatment. Sarri had earlier rated his involvement as “50-50”.

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28 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

but the whole situation is exacerbated by Sarri's reaction when he knows it's an open training session.

Apparently, he didn't know and was left frustrated by it. 

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