Sarri’s time is up at Chelsea

In the last 10 games, Chelsea have faced 5 defeats (W5 L5) and the signs must now be up on the wall that Sarri has lost the dressing room.

Yesterday, football legend and pundit, Alan Shearer had famously stated that in the fifth round FA Cup game against Machester United, Sarri will know whether his players want him out or not.

In deed, it only took 45 minutes and the cat was out of the basket. The scoreline was already 0-2 at Stamford Bridge courtesy of goals from Paul Pogba and Herrera, a ground that historically been difficult for Manchester United to get any points.

Chelsea fans started singing “F**k Sarri-ball” and “You’re getting sacked in the morning” while United fans taunted “Bring back Mourinho.”

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As it stands, Sarri has only three games to save his job. None of them being any easy as the test starts with Carabao Cup final against Manchester City on Sunday, then a Premier League clash against Tottenham Hotspurs on Wednesday. It should be remember that two weeks ago, Manchester City hit 6-0 past Chelsea in Premier League game.

Chelsea faithfuls are yearning for the return of club Legend Frank Lampard to stabilize the ship. A move similar to what Mannchester United has done with Ole Gunner back at the dugout as an interim guffer.

So far, so little has been heard from Chelsea billionaire, Roman Abramovich, most likely since he is never in UK anymore since his visa was never renewed by the government.

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However, word has it that ex Real Madrid manager and World Cup winning player, Zinedine Zidane is being lined up to take charge at Stamford Bridge.

It is a matter of time, very short time, and the truth will be known.



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