Maurizio Sarri exposes that he had a hard time to develop strong relationships with his Chelsea players during his first 6 months at Stamford Bridge.
Maurizio Sarri has actually acknowledged that he did not find it simple to develop strong relationships with his Chelsea players last season.
While Sarri ended his 1 year spell at Stamford Bridge by winning the Europa League, the Italian was frequently criticised for his style of play and interaction with his squad.
Although Sarri, now at Juventus, has actually confessed that he had “conflicting relationships” with a few of his players, he firmly insists that whatever was dealt with prior to his departure.
The 61- year-old is priced estimate by Sky Sports News as stating: “The greater the level, the more hard it is to develop a relationship with the players. It’s not the players who alter, however the environments. You need more time, however you still handle.
“I had a conflicting relationship with the Chelsea locker room during the first five to six months, but then when I left after the Europa League final I cried and also a lot of the guys did.”
Sarri taped 39 wins and simply 11 beats from 63 matches as head coach of Chelsea.