Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea manager says winning is ‘only solution’

Maurizio Sarri joined Chelsea from Napoli in July

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri acknowledged worthwhile matches is the “most effective solution” as he faced questions about his future.

The Blues were knocked out of the FA Cup by Manchester United on Monday and have dropped to sixth in the league after three straight away defeats.

After Thursday’s Europa League second leg against Malmo, they face Manchester City in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final.

“I certainly must judge that I’d be the supervisor of Chelsea for a certainly very long time, in every other case I will not work,” acknowledged Sarri.

On Monday, BBC Sport reported Sarri would be accountable for the Malmo game and that most modern results have precipitated disappointment in the end of the club.

The 60-yr-frail Italian acknowledged he has not spoken to club proprietor Roman Abramovich or director of football Marina Granovskaia this week.

“We must lift three, four matches in a row. It’s miles one of the best solution,” acknowledged Sarri.

“I will price completely the frustration of our fans on myth of they’re frail to worthwhile. Now we are in worry, so I will price completely.

“There’ll not be one other potential. We can most effective have supreme performances and results.”

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Sarri arrived at Stamford Bridge from Napoli in July and started his Premier League profession with a 12-game unbeaten scurry.

On the replace hand, his facet have since lost six league matches, at the side of three of their previous four.

His 4-3-3 system and possession-primarily primarily based vogue identified as ‘Sarri-ball’ has been criticised and midfielder N’Golo Kante has been shifted out of his preferred aim to slot in £50m signing Jorginho.

Fans booed the Italian’s substitutions in the end of the 2-0 defeat by United.

“The system is a spurious scenario,” Sarri acknowledged on Wednesday. “I know completely that when we lose I certainly must build a striker on the pitch. After we lift I certainly must build a defender on the pitch.

“But I’ve to witness football in a single other potential.”

Sarri says Chelsea’s congested fixture calendar potential there is “no time on the pitch” to resolve their considerations.

Their subsequent Premier League match is against Tottenham on 27 February, three days after the cup final.

“It’s annoying on myth of we must play every three days,” added Sarri.

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