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8 minutes ago, LAM09 said:

I'm not totally against the idea, but it makes you wonder why he wasn't appointed last year (should he get appointed).

He didn't exactly gain much being at Derby for a year.

Probably thought things could work with Sarri for 2-3 years before going for Lampard.

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Today has clearly showed the bar which Chelsea must work towards reaching. At this moment we are pretty far away but the overreaction today on this forum is incredible. Sarri has been at the club

The decline in performances is a lot down to one thing, The lack of training pitch time. He is coming in, trying to teach the squad a totally different brand of football to what the players are a

I'm telling you now, to all the SarriOut supporters.... you don't know how lucky we are to have a humble manager like Sarri... a man with principle, passion, an expansive free flowing footballing phil

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Probably thought things could work with Sarri for 2-3 years before going for Lampard.
What's changed?

The board/Roman don't even seem to be putting up a fight. Sarri homesick now?
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Just now, LAM09 said:

What's changed?

The board/Roman don't even seem to be putting up a fight. Sarri homesick now?

The transfer ban?

Maybe they did try to convince him - we don't even know what exactly they discussed in the meeting - but as some have said, from his perspective, managing Juventus - with the resources that they have - is more appealing than managing us.

(p.s this isn't the first time in Sarri's career that he's at a club for only one season)

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5 minutes ago, LAM09 said:

What's changed?

The board/Roman don't even seem to be putting up a fight. Sarri homesick now?

he hates England

so easy to see

we are too hard, at every level

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The transfer ban?
Maybe they did try to convince him - we don't even know what exactly they discussed in the meeting - but as some have said, from his perspective, managing Juventus - with the resources that they have - is more appealing than managing us.
(p.s this isn't the first time in Sarri's career that he's at a club for only one season)
We are all in the dark about the ban or an appeal, so I guess things might become clearer in the next few weeks.

However, if CAS do postpone the ban, this decision becomes farcical.
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Just now, LAM09 said:

We are all in the dark about the ban or an appeal, so I guess things might become clearer in the next few weeks.

However, if CAS do postpone the ban, this decision becomes farcical.

Maybe Sarri is just hell-bent on leaving? 

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Maybe Sarri is just hell-bent on leaving? 

That could well be the case. It's just odd that these Juve rumours supposedly came out of nowhere & now, he's effectively gone.

 

Just seems rather odd to me

 

They cannot postpone what we have not appealed

 

The club had until Wednesday to appeal. They aren't going to take away an gloss from winning a trophy, so I'm sure some sort of statement will be announced next week.

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Just now, LAM09 said:

That could well be the case. It's just odd that these Juve rumours supposedly came out of nowhere & now, he's effectively gone.

Just seems rather odd to me

Based on what has reported, it does feel like Sarri is the one pushing for the move and we haven't been one to prevent someone from leaving the club. Otherwise, I don't think we would have sacked him/let him go.

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Based on what has reported, it does feel like Sarri is the one pushing for the move and we haven't been one to prevent someone from leaving the club. Otherwise, I don't think we would have sacked him/let him go.
I'll never get that train of thought personally. You move somewhere for a challenge, only to run back within 12 months (don't want to hear about the fans impact, etc).

Oh well. The merry-go-round will continue.
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In an ideal world he would stay another season or two and Lampard would come in afterwards but if Sarri does not want to be here its pointless trying to keep him. Easy to criticise the board and say put up more of a fight to keep him but they'll have fresh in their minds last season dealing with Conte not wanting to be here for the whole year.

I do think the club and board have softened in recent years over managers and if the right one was in place there would be a bit more stability.

Mourinho was kept on as long as humanly possible and Conte effectively spat his dummy out and fell out with the board, and now Sarri wants to go. Also it should be noted that Sarri and Conte both had dreadful periods where the papers suggested they were as good as gone (Conte even had this in his first season after the Arsenal loss), and periods where managers of past haven't survived, but the club stuck it out with them. I think for the right man and a good, working relationship with the board an appointment could be made with a bit more of a longer term approach and patience.

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I am confused why anyone want lamp to be our manager. If he has proven himself and transform derby into a monster team that dominate championship, I will 100% behind him.

Btw what the hell is Chelsea way? 

It is the same as united keep talking about united way. I cannot stop laughing. SAF is a winner but he is not an attacking manager, he is actually quite pragmatic. Mourinho is probably the most similar manager to SAF. 

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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has agreed to become Juventus' new head coach and has asked Chelsea to release him from his contract. (Goal)

Sarri informed Marina Granovskaia of his decision in a meeting on Friday and the Blues director promised to discuss his future with club owner Roman Abramovich. (Sky Italy - in Italian)

Chelsea are awaiting a formal approach from the Italian champions, who will have to buy out the final year of the Italian's £5m-a-season contract. (Guardian) 

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Sarri is gone. He'll be heading to Juventus immediately and will most likely be unveiled by Sunday, reports say. Juventus will also not have to pay a compensation fee and will get him for free.

Chelsea want to get rid. Clearly Sarri has had no reassurances over his future. 🤦‍♂️

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7 hours ago, LAM09 said:

I'll never get that train of thought personally. You move somewhere for a challenge, only to run back within 12 months (don't want to hear about the fans impact, etc).

Oh well. The merry-go-round will continue.

In the days leading up to the final, he talked about loving to manage in the Premier League and how it's the best competition in the world. Hell, he apparently even said "I am starting to feel like this Chelsea team is mine" after winning the final. But one club comes in and he's ready to jump ship. Managing Juventus at this point is sure more appealing than managing us but as we have seen with other clubs that dominate their own league, it does come with high pressure and expectations - just ask Valverde, Kovac, Ancelotti (during his time at Bayern) and Tuchel. 

On a different note, it seems like the Napoli fans aren't already liking the fact that Sarri will be going to Juventus. Wonder what kind of reception he'll get there next season...

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You Sarri in supporters really believe he is going cuz in 2 matches fans sang " you dont know what you are doing " Fuck Sarri ball #? Are you for real? If thats the case what does that tell about Sarri then? Some even say this is the most destructive thing to happen since RA took over and its all our fault. How is it the fans fault? The man didn't lift as much as a finger to endear or build some kind of relationship with the fans from he got the job until he left.

Dedicating the title to the Napoli-fans instead of even acknowledging the traveling supporters for example was very descriptive of the man.

He himself have made the choice to leave after he was so desperate to come here just 11 months ago. Weak move and i question his commitment to the cause when you jump ship for the first new and shiny opportunity you get. That's just ridiculous. If some unpleasant chanting is enough to make a manager want to quit, perhaps he was never the right man for the job in the first place. It was clear that he found the Chelsea job very difficult to handle and on many occasions the pressure got to him. Now when the transfer ban is looming and Juve came calling, he's ready to jump ship, and apparently it's ungrateful Chelsea fans, that are to blame.

Personally, if Sarri is indeed the one who asked to leave and not the othe way around, I see it as a sign of weakness, and in a long run both parties will be better off without each other. Truly an odd man.

 

1: He knows it will only get harder next season with the ban and no Eden.

2: He knows EPL is too much for him and simply not his level with his stubborn tactics or lack off.

3: Juve came calling, he misses Italy and he knows full well his style is much more suited to serie A, Theres no edge, not competitive and much slower with more space to utilize his style.

 

I don’t mind Sarri going, it’s felt like a real struggle this year and the football has been awful. 

If we dont get any Coms for him, well its the Chels board, cant expect much better.

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