Steve Nicol and Raphael Honigstein agree Gonzalo Higuain will help Chelsea score goals, but they also think it increases the club's pressure to perform.
We see them as we want to see them: in the simplest terms and the most convenient definitions. When John Hughes' "Breakfast Club" came out in 1985, Gonzalo Higuain wasn't yet born and Maurizio Sarri, freshly graduated from college, was coming to terms with the fact that his life would be in banking, not football.
Like the characters in the film, there is very little they have in common. Sarri's dad operated a crane amid the blast furnaces of a now-defunct ironworks on the banks of the Gulf of…