Maurizio Sarri is not going to change his philosophy despite facing stiff criticism from the supporters.
The Italian manager had a very good start to his Chelsea career but things have changed in the last few months as Chelsea broke out from the top four and also crashed out from the FA Cup following a defeat to Manchester United.
Chelsea survived another scare as they came from behind to defeat Cardiff City 2-1 in the Premier League. Despite not being able to dominate for most of the part Sarri preferred to introduce Olivier Giroud, Eden Hazard and Ruben Loftus-Cheek once again overlooking Callum Hudson-Odoi once again.
His decision to use N’Golo Kante has also been criticised but the Italian manager insists he won’t tweak his strategy to cope up with the current situation. “At the moment we are not playing very well. We need to improve in playing our way of football.
“We are trying to do this but it’s not easy, especially in the first season because we started to work only in the middle of July. At the beginning of August we played the first official match. Then we worked for a couple of weeks and then started to play every three days.
“It is not easy for me to play my football.
“Will I change my philosophy? No, because I need to believe in what I do. Otherwise it is impossible to pass my ideas to the players.”