Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has been fined by the FA in the aftermath of the Burnley-Chelsea match at Stamford Bridge.
A statement released by The FA read: “Maurizio Sarri has been fined £8,000 after he admitted a misconduct charge from The FA and accepted the standard penalty.”
“It concerned his behaviour in the 94th minute of Monday’s [22/04/2019] game between Chelsea and Burnley in the Premier League.”
The match saw Maurizio Sarri sent off in the second half to the stands. The Italian appeared frustrated in the touchline and later complained that the Burnley dugout were hurling insults at him during the match
“He was really unhappy with a couple of situations on the pitch,” said Zola.
“He was unhappy with why he’s been sent off, he just went down the line to tell the players to get on with the game. He’s been misunderstood by Kevin.”
“I’m unhappy about that, he’s unhappy about that. That’s why I’m here.”
Maurizio Sarri appears to have been told “a shit Italian” by the Burnley dugout but the FA true to their nature has avoided the obvious complains and done the useless work of gaining their money.
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