Maurizio Sarri has said he is already planning for his next season at Chelsea despite rumours that the club are once again planning on their infamous strategy of “blame it on the manager and sack him to get out of trouble”.
“We were talking about the problem of the next pre-season,” said Sarri, confirming he has been involved in discussions with club officials. “So we were trying to organise in the best way the next pre-season.”
“It’s not a big problem. The problem is the results. All the rest is not important at this moment. I want to win for the team, for the club, not for me. I’m confident. I was confident in the past and I am confident now, of course. But I want to think only to our performances and our results.”
Sarri’s men have had to endure a turbulent February, when they were hammered 6-0 by Manchester City and then dumped out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge by Manchester United. However, their last match in February saw them take down Tottenham Hotspur and Sarri is hoping to maintain consistency ahead of the final few months of the season which could make or break his career at Chelsea.
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