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Tag: Maurizio Sarri

Juventus defeat Brescia, top Serie A

Sarri says Juventus improved on passing, but work needed on defending.

Sarri hoping to make Juventus debut after pneumonia

Maurizio Sarri is both back on the training ground and, possibly, smoking cigarettes again.

Sarri to miss Juventus Serie A fixtures, ill with pneumonia

Maurizio Sarri is expected to miss his team's opening Serie A matches against Parma and Napoli due to pneumonia.

Juventus gamble on Sarri delivering another style of Serie A title

While Sarri's only major title was the Europa League last season with Chelsea, he promises to give serial Italian champions Juventus a more dynamic style of play.

Juventus coach Sarri has pneumonia

According to the club, Sarri missed Juve's friendly against third-tier Triestina on Saturday as he was down with the flu and further tests confirmed he has pneumonia.

Sarri says likes Pogba, unsure if he will join Juventus

Maurizio Sarri admits he is a fan of Paul Pogba but does not know if the Frenchman will join Juventus.

Ramsey looking forward to working with Sarri at Juve

Aaron Ramsey becomes the third Welshman to represent Juventus after John Charles, who played for them from 1957 to 1962, and Ian Rush.

Sarri says Juventus appointment his ‘crowning achievement’

Juventus appointed Sarri on a three-year contract earlier this week after agreeing to a compensation fee with Chelsea.

Sarri returns to Italy to coach Juventus

Juventus agreed on a compensation fee with Chelsea in excess of 5 million pounds for Maurizio Sarri.

Juventus agree deal with Chelsea for Sarri

There has been no official confirmation of the agreement from either club but Sarri is expected to sign a three-year contract.

Chelsea boss Sarri close to Juventus switch

Maurizio Sarri has been an uncomfortable fit with fans and there is a perception that he is unwilling to adapt tactics when things go wrong.

Angry Sarri storms out of Chelsea training before Europa League final

TV cameras spots an angry Maurizio Sarri who witness Gonzalo Higuain and David Luiz disputing during a training session at the Baku Olympic Stadium.

Sarri declares love for his Chelsea players before Europa League final

Declining to comment on his return as a coach in Italy, Maurizio Sarri declares his 'love' for Chelsea.

Sarri’s Chelsea future in spotlight as Europa final looms

Sarri could still be given the sack as Roman Abramovich’s advisers feel the former Napoli boss is not the man to guide the Blues.

Chelsea’s Sarri fined after accepting misconduct charge

Maurizio Sarri was sent to the stands in stoppage time after losing his cool during the closing moments of a match against Burnley.

Chelsea’s Sarri charged with misconduct over Burnley behaviour

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri's intentions were reportedly misinterpreted by the referee.

Chelsea and Burnley wait on FA after touchline clashes

Disciplinary action towards Chelsea and Burnley by Football Association (FA) are now unavoidable.

Sarri: Normal for title-chasing Liverpool to feel heat

Chelsea dented Liverpool’s title push with a 2-0 victory at Anfield in the 2013-14 campaign.

Drinkwater has no future at Chelsea, says Sarri

The midfielder was charged with drink driving earlier this week and was left out of Chelsea's squad for their trip to face Slavia Prague in the Europa League quarter-finals later on Thursday.

Sarri hails Chelsea’s stars of future in Brighton win

Sarri finally unleashed Hudson-Odoi for his first Premier League start, while Loftus-Cheek also made the most of a rare appearance.

Sarri fights to win over mutinous Chelsea fans

Maurizio Sarri is facing angry fans over a poor performance just six minutes away from serving as the nadir of a miserable first season for the Chelsea boss.

Sarri calls for rule to halt matches due to racist abuse

Former Napoli boss Sarri worked in Italy for many years where racism is has been an issue in football.

Giroud seeks return to France

The World Cup winning forward believes the solution to his lack of game time is to return home.

Sarri’s stubbornness threatens Chelsea’s top-four hopes

Languishing in sixth, the Blues trail fourth-placed Arsenal by just three points.