Julien Laurens and the ESPN FC crew assess Maurizio Sarri's seemingly tense relationships with his players, staff and the media.
Maurizio Sarri admitted that if Chelsea were as strong as they thought they were, the players shouldn't need a manager to win after their 4-0 defeat to AFC Bournemouth.
Maurizio Sarri explains what happened between himself and the Chelsea players in the wake of their surprise loss to Bournemouth.
Maurizio Sarri explains why he locked his players in the dressing room after their 4-0 loss to Bournemouth.
LONDON — Maurizio Sarri insisted he accepts the fact that his job as Chelsea head coach is "always at risk" but reiterated that he will keep trying to implement his style of football at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea's shock 4-0 humiliation against Bournemouth on Wednesday intensified criticism of Sarri's methods, with many of the travelling supporters chanting "You don't know what you're doing" at the Italian during the match and a handful staying to confront him outside the Vitality Stadium as he left.