Sarri has some good news for all Chelsea fans

Sarri has some good news for all Chelsea fans

Sarri has some good news for all Chelsea fans

Eddie Howe's team rolled over the five-time Premier League champions last night - and now the Spanish defender unveiled what happened in the dressing room following the loss.

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During the inquest, Sarri cited various examples in the game where he believes players didn't follow the gameplan to illustrate his point.

He met with the players ahead of afternoon training, in which the mood was said to be business-like. The reaction from Chelsea fans on social media would appear to suggest that patience with "Sarriball" - the so-called style of play used by the manager' - is wearing thin.

"We are very angry".

Chelsea's head coach finds himself locked in an ideological battle with a fanbase reared on reactive, battling, never-say-die football in the mould of John Terry and Didier Drogba.

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A lack of goals from the club's main strikers has been one of the team's principal issues, with Hazard shouldering most of the responsibility for goal-getting and at times being asked to play out of position as a false nine.

But it was Sarri's subsequent admission about his ability to motivate his players - as well as conceding that the defeat was his fault - that raised eyebrows, this coming just weeks after he publicly accused his team and some of his senior players, including leading goalscorer Eden Hazard, of lacking determination.

The current situation is clearly having an impact on Sarri's reputation as a manager and he is now the bookmakers' second-favourite - behind Leicester's Claude Puel - to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

Sportsmail revealed on Thursday that the Italian's job is on the line with doubts emerging about his suitability.

Sarri certainly seems to be working by that theory as only 14 of his players have played over 500 minutes in the Premier League this season, with seven of those playing over 2000 minutes already. They also face City in the Carabao Cup final on February 24.

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