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Chelsea will not dismiss Sarri at the present time, but the club’s patience is running out

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Chelsea will not make hasty decisions regarding Maurizio Sarri after flying out from the FA Cup, but the Italian coach is on very thin ice.

The night before, the wards of Sarri suffered a defeat against Manchester United (0:2). The Pensioners looked surprisingly weak for a home match, having flashed only two shots on target.

The ending of this match showed that the club’s fans started to turn away from Maurizio as they started shouting “f ** k Sarriball” chants.

According to the authoritative edition of The Guardian, Sarri won’t need to pack his bag back to Italy if Chelsea win BATE in the UEL.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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