Barkley called on Chelsea to give Sarri time

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Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley expressed support for his manager Maurizio Sarri and urged the team’s management to give the Italian more time.

According to rumors, five defeats in the last 11 matches have almost make Chelsea bosses’ run out of patience, and any subsequent defeat could become the last one for Sarri.

However, Barkley calls on the Blues’ management to show patience with the Italian specialist, asserting that the team hasn’t yet played as Maurizio wants.

Ross admitted that Chelsea had ambitions to become one of the best football teams in the world. At the moment, the the team’s game doesn’t match the style which the coach wants the club to play in, but everything will turn out soon.

Barkley claims that Sarri makes every single player better. Just look at how worked with his players at Napoli, how much better they began to play. This manager needs more time, Ross believes.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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