Sutton: Sarri to be sacked before the weekend

Former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton is convinced manager Maurizio Sarri will be sacked in the wake of the demoralising 2-0 home defeat against Manchester United in the FA Cup fifth round.

The Blues had control for large periods of the first half after a slow start and created several decent opportunities, but some dismal defending saw them trail 2-0 at the break to two breakaway goals.

Hopes of a second-half revival soon began to fade as a side devoid of ideas barely created a chance against a well-organised confident United side and the team were booed off at the end with fans also singing for Sarri to be dismissed.

Sutton, who played for the Blues for one season in 1999-2000, said on BBC Radio 5 live: “This is Maurizio Sarri’s last game at Chelsea. He won’t survive. He’s done.

“He’ll get the sack for numerous reasons – things he’s said, that he can’t motivate the players, his inability to be able to adapt and change.”

Chelsea have dropped to sixth in the Premier League and are in danger of missing out on a top-four spot and Champions League qualification having lost to Arsenal, Manchester City and Bournemouth since the start of the year.

They could still reach Europe’s premier competition by winning the Europa League, and hold a 2-1 lead over Malmo in their last-32 tie prior to Thursday’s home second leg

And the Blues face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday but were dismantled 6-0 by the same opposition earlier this month.

Sarri, meanwhile, insisted he was unfazed by jeers from Chelsea fans during Monday’s defeat.

“I am worried about the result, not about the fans,” Sarri said during his post-match press conference.

He added: “Of course I can understand the situation. I understand our fans, because the result wasn’t really good.

“We are out of the FA Cup, so I can understand very well our fans. But I am worried at the moment about our results.”


16 Comments on "Sutton: Sarri to be sacked before the weekend"

  1. the stupid coach ever to coach chelsea.a coach with no per degree.he should be sacked before another horror mistake

  2. Sarri Deserve to be sacked for being very stubborn and rigid he can,t change for the sake of the club he must leave,his many sickness is his Jorghino whom he trust and Jorghino can,t save him

  3. He should be given a new reason to be worried about his job

  4. Let’s Sarri to suck we don’t want him

  5. He has disorganized the midfield with Jorgionho whose tackle ability is poor, let him go.

  6. should be sacked

  7. fazer siame | 19/02/2019 at | Reply

    i totally agree sarry must be sucked before he finishes ngolo using him in a wrong position, the system not working for chelsea at all. also the club must work on defenders and a forceful top man

  8. Morris Donzo | 19/02/2019 at | Reply

    This couch don’t no the game and need to be sacked

  9. sari football is not more working please go we don’t need you any more

  10. M.Sarri should be sacked

  11. If sari still plays same players like Rudiga instead of Christiansad.jojihno in for Kante ? Then he doesn’t how fight games in the premier

  12. I think he should be sack before the weekend and l can’t really understand the reason why he is benching willian and the same time playing joghino as defensive midfielder instead of kante. pls we are OK with his work and we no longer need his services at the bridge again. thanks

  13. I want See sari, Jorginho, Alonso and even Hazard out of chelsea. At least Sari with his stupid Jorginho Should be out as soon as possible.

  14. zimba susu | 19/02/2019 at | Reply

    That man should go really

  15. Scarsilo | 19/02/2019 at | Reply

    If sari can play kanta 4 joujiho10 then they can win man city.

  16. I wonder why on earth Sarri would love to be sacked than to push his football son “Jorginho” up front and allow the energetic Kante behind him so the defense is protected… Stubbornness of the highest order

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