Sarri keeps team in locker room after Chelsea loss

Posted February 03, 2019

"I'm not sure anybody has ever been given absolute assurances that they're going to play X amount of games when they've been signed".

The Stamford Bridge outfit has declared the forward is simply not for sale with Maurizio Sarri recently stating Hudson-Odoi should "respect" the club. It was the 17th time Chelsea have hit the woodwork in the Premier League this season, five more than any other team.

I was surprised to see Liverpool only getting a point against Leicester but they are still strong favourites for the title - five points is a big gap; although it might seem small to a few of their players now!

Sarri was also confronted by other angry Chelsea fans as he was heading to a waiting auto on Wednesday night after deciding not to travel back on the team coach.

Back-to-back Premier League defeats to Arsenal and Bournemouth have left Chelsea's squad angry and concerned they could miss out on a top-four finish, says Cesar Azpilicueta.

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Sarri's squad is far from ideal, but he has a group full of players who have won Premier League titles, the Champions League, the World Cup - and SO much more.

"We conceded the goal very early in the second half but we had 43 minutes so all we needed to do was to continue to play".

The 21-year-old scored Bournemouth's second goal in their 4-0 victory over Chelsea on Wednesday evening but was forced off in the 68th minute. "But Bayern will come back and if that's the case there will be a battle there for the player because I think he's made his mind up that he probably will improve better at Bayern".

But on Wednesday night a brace from Josh King and two goals from the pair of David Brooks and Charlie Daniels in the second stanza condemned Chelsea to their fifth league defeat under Sarri.

"If we speak about last season, we were solid in defence".

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With Howe admitting that he targeted Jorginho by instructing Brooks to shut him down, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman questioned Sarri's utilisation of N'Golo Kante. On the pitch I am really very happy with him. "Then, suddenly after the first goal, we were not able to play".

"We have only to say sorry to our fans because we can lose, of course, every match we can lose, but not in this way, we need to solve the problem and we need to understand where the problem is".

But I need to understand and we need to understand very soon because we have to play in three days.

We also have to give Mauricio Pochettino credit for sticking with Llorente after he didn't play particularly well in the past two games. I thrive on pressure.

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