Sarri anxious by results, not fans' jeers

Sarri anxious by results, not fans' jeers

My problem is to start preparing the next game and to work with my players to try and improve in a few days, and find more determination, more aggression.

Numerous players enjoyed Sarri's style during the early days of his appointment but, according to the Independent, they now feel "overloaded" with information going into matches.

'The players do not completely grasp my style of play at the moment.

Asked if he was anxious Abramovich might be ready to wield the axe, Sarri said: "It's not my problem".

Ole Gunnar Solskjær made the effort to speak with Callum Hudson-Odoi after Manchester United dumped Chelsea out of the FA Cup. More importantly, Solskjaer's men have now advanced to the quarter-final of the FA Cup, with Chelsea being eliminated.

Sarri endured chants of "You don't know what you're doing" and "You're getting sacked in the morning" as furious Chelsea fans showed their frustration at the club's fifth defeat in their last 10 games.

This was not lost on the Red Devils fans, many of whom were quick to head on to social media after the contest to wax lyrical about the performance they had just witnessed from the Spaniard, who was shockingly frozen out under Jose Mourinho.

Chelsea do have some capable players, and if they perform to the best of their abilities, like they did at Stamford Bridge against Manchester City earlier in the season, then there's no reason why Sarri's side can beat the Sky Blues at Wembley. The Norwegian caretaker manager has only lost one game since joining the club in December previous year.

"Sarri-ball is broken", said Sutton.

"He'll be thinking, 'Will we get top four?"

Once the full-time whistle was blown, the United caretaker manager shook hands with the former Napoli boss.

Based on last night, the Chelsea fans are under no illusions as to who they want to replace Sarri.

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