The Sarri-out brigade have resurfaced after today’s loss to Liverpool at Anfield. This was inevitably going to happen.
Maurizio Sarri has been up against it at times this season. We wondered if he’d even make it to this fixture, but a bounce in form has saved his bacon.
Chelsea headed into today on the back of four consecutive wins. The standard of opposition wasn’t the strongest, but you can only beat what’s in front of you.
The fans disgruntlement is always going to dull if the team’s winning, no matter what their opinion is of the man in charge.
However, one defeat can bring them all out of the woodwork. The questions regarding Sarri’s competency have reemerged, on Twitter at least.
Here’s how some of the fanbase have changed their tune on our manager (again), some of which will not make for fond reading for Maurizio.
Is the criticism unjust, or did he get it wrong today?
If anyone thinks Sarri will be able to make the team perform when Hazard leaves then I think your mistaken! He needs to manage a club better suited to him and his tactics. @cfc_fantv ⚽️
— Sophie Rose (@SophieRoseUTC) April 14, 2019
traditional 45th to 60th minute collapse under Sarri this season. thought we'd grown out of it, apparently not.
— amadí (@amadoit__) April 14, 2019
Don't think our record against the top 6 will improve if Sarri is here next season. The less said about Jorginho's ability to screen a back four in the Premier League the better. Fell to bits for 10 minutes in the second half and paid the price. A far too familiar refrain.
— joeTweedie (@joeTweedie) April 14, 2019
Sarri's half time team talk must be something to truly behold.
— Mark Worrall (@gate17marco) April 14, 2019
Higuain,Jorginho and sarri need to leave Chelsea….
— Thundey (@tunde_daudu) April 14, 2019
7 years without a loss at Anfield.
Sarri: Hold my cigarette.
— Tem-v Jr #LCHD (@sorcierbelge) April 14, 2019
Genuinely think I could manage Chelsea as well (if not better) than Sarri is and I can barely manage to maintain my own pathetic YouTube channel
— JaackMaate (@Jaack) April 14, 2019
Sarri really experimented with our line up against a very important and crucial game against Liverpool.
— Miky Corleone (@AffanCorleone) April 14, 2019
— Fixie ♥ (@RafeeqaGal) April 14, 2019