FA Cup: What Sarri said about being sacked after 0-2 loss to United



Chelsea Boss, Maurizio Sarri, has said he is not disturbed about being sacked after he led a team of players that crashed out on a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup.

Ander Herrera scored an opener before Paul Pogba added another to hand the visiting team a 2-0 victory pushing Sarri’s side out of the competition.

Following the defeat, Chelsea fans on a mockery chant, shouting  “F*** Sarri-ball” and even sang “you’re getting sacked in the morning”

When asked about his feelings on the position of sack threat, Sarri told Sky Sports;

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“I am worried about the results, not about the fans.

“I can understand, because the result wasn’t really good. We are out of the FA Cup, so I can understand. But I am worried about the results.

”I could not hear what they were singing very well, but sometimes yes. I have never had that sung at me before, but there is always a first time,”

Though the Italian’s job is under a seeming sack threat, he has remained confident and non-anxious about being sacked.

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”No. I was really very worried when I was in League Two in Italy. Not now.

”We were unlucky. Will I be given time? It’s not my problem.

”My problem is to start preparing for the next game. I think the players are with me. I am not sure, but I think so.

”My relationship with my players is good.” He said


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