Neville explains why Chelsea shouldn’t sack Sarri

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Sky Sports expert Gary Neville believes that Chelsea’s management and fans should be patient with head coach Maurizio Sarri.

After the recent 6-0 defeat from Manchester City, Sarri fell under tremendous pressure, admitting that he will probably have a serious conversation with the club’s management upon his return to London.

At the same time, Maurizio rejected claims to his style of play, saying that his team had showed anything against City, but not Sarri-ball.

If at Stamford Bridge they really want to see Sarri-ball in the best possible way, then they should get the Italian specialist the necessary time to implement his ideas. It was said by Gary Neville.

Gary believes that the club’s leadership should wait out if they want to play in a beautiful and powerful football. Chelsea let Andre Villas-Boas and
Luiz Felipe Scolari go easily in the past. Will they retain trust in Sarri? Nobody knows that.

Neville is confident that if they really want to achieve success in the long run, then the club must retain firmness and endure this pain and these changes.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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