Sarri indifferent to fans abuse

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri insists he is not worried about the abusive language the fans directed to him but is more concerned by the end results on their Monday 2-0 FA defeat to Manchester united.

Sarri understands the anger from the fans since the beginning of the poor results they have had in their previous matches.


As quoted on Soccerway Sarri said “No, I was worried when I was in the second division in Italy, not now, I am worried about the result, not about the fans. I can understand the situation because the result wasn’t good. We are out of the FA Cup so I can understand [fan reactions]. I am worried about our results.

 “The situation with the players is really good for their relationship, but the relationship is not so important. It’s important to play and get the results.

“It [being given time by Chelsea’s hierarchy] is not my problem, my problem is to work to improve in a few days, [show] more determination and aggressiveness, because we conceded the second goal without that,” he said.


The Blues have had numerous inconsistencies over the past few matches and in their last six matches, have lost a match for every win- The biggest ddefeat a 6-0 hiding from champions Manchester City FC. They are in sixth position with 50 points.