Maurizio Sarri reveals why he is unhappy at Chelsea



Chelsea began their premier league campaign on a good note storming to a 3-0 victor at Huddersfield despite this elegant score manager Maurizio Sarri still wants more improvements.

The Blues won quite comfortable as Kante, Jorginho and Pedro scored for the Blues who banished the ghost of the past exit of Conte with a win.

When quizzed about his team’s performance Sarri claims that the midfield was not Co-ordinated and made far too many errors in the game.

“I was not completely satisfied, as we won today mainly due to individual talent rather than tactical organisation,“It was an ugly game at times, physical and quite difficult too, but the lads emerged from it with great character.“Some players arrived only a week or even three days ago

“Fundamentally, the club was very open, we signed a great goalkeeper to replace another great one. I thought it right not to hold Courtois against his will, we got someone young like Mateo Kovacic who is ready to explode and also Jorginho.”

“There are a few small regrets, but there always are once a transfer window closes.”

Sarri was also asked about his thoughts on the transfer window and new stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga and what he regrets about the transfer. He replied by telling the Sky Sports Italia that the club did well in its dealings and he is happy with the current squad. He admitted that although there were some few regrets the transfer window is closed and he needs.

Chelsea looked energized during the game with the new triumvirate of Jorginho Kante and Barkley bringing attacking intent. However, Sarri is right to be worried as Huddersfield bossed the first half and were unlucky to lose heavily.

Sarri has a week to prepare his squad ahead of his first London derby as Chelsea face Arsenal next weekend at Stamford Bridge.


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