Maurizio Sarri’s recent rant towards his players after Chelsea’s disappointing defeat against Arsenal was judged by some football pundits to possibly create problems in the dressing room.
However, that sentiment was squashed away by The Blues’ defender, David Luiz, who claimed to the media that he and his teammates remain confident with Sarri’s football philosophy.
Speaking in a recent news conference, Luiz admitted that they haven’t been playing particularly well in recent games, especially in the final third, so they must improve.
Moreover, the Brazilian defender beliefs that he and his teammates must indeed take responsibility for their disappointing display instead of complaining about their manager’s statement.
“What Sarri has done until now is unbelievable, amazing, because normally a team to understand this philosophy needs or or two years, like Man City and Liverpool, who are playing with the ball now,” Luiz stated.
The defender’s strong supportive statement for his tactician, for now pretty much cancels out those concern that things might get troublesome for Sarri.
There’s certainly some valid concerns following the former Napoli’s coach recent outburst as The Blues’ dressing room hasn’t been known to be super friendly with managers.
Recent dismissal of Jose Mourinho along with Antonio Conte was reported happened following some players’ discontent with the two tacticians.