Published: Sun, August 26, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Maurizio Sarri hits back at Napoli chairman's criticism - 'He is missing me'

Maurizio Sarri hits back at Napoli chairman's criticism - 'He is missing me'

Chelsea eventually broke the impasse by agreeing to pay around £50 million to sign Italy global Jorginho, but De Laurentiis reportedly insisted that the Blues pledge not to try to sign any more Napoli players and has since publicly criticised Sarri several times.

Chelsea have played two Premier League games this season, and Eden Hazard was superb in the Blues' win over London rivals Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

"The most important thing is the way we play now". You are not depending on the opponent. "In the other way, you defend on the movements of the opponent".

If he is hoping to still play regular first-team football as he enters the swansong of his career, Galatasaray may be about to give him an opportunity to do so.

The Brazil global defender was a key figure in the Blues' 2016-17 Premier League title triumph but found himself out in the cold last season as injuries struck and his relationship with Conte soured. I think I am the coach of a very good team, a very great club, so I think it's so important for him to not be sold without the possibility to buy another important player of the same level, so I think Eden will stay with us for all the season. Sarri has the Blues playing some lovely football and Newcastle are yet to find their groove this season.

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Both played against Brighton and had a horror showing against the Seagulls, evidencing United's issues in defence. What he was basically saying is that he's been told to work with the players he's been given.

Asked if he felt De Laurentiis' criticism is fair, Sarri said with a smile: "I don't know. Maybe I've learned it from a lot of lost matches, I think!"

"I want to enjoy, I want to have fun, press the ball", he said.

"They can say he was not winning - yes - but the team maybe was not capable of winning".

While it is true the club did not win a trophy during this time, the club did finish second twice, and were "Winter Champions" (Campioni d'Inverno) in both the 2015/16 and 16/17 seasons when they finished the first half of the season at the top of the table. I usually look at the training and then I decide.

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