Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri responded about Gary Cahill’s comments on him. Following his last match at Stamford Bridge against Watford, Gary Cahill criticised Sarri’s man-management, saying, “It makes it very hard for me to have respect for someone who has not respected what some of us have won with the club.”
About Cahill’s comments, Sarri replied, “I don’t know the situation, I’m sorry. It’s not important for me. Cahill, during the season, was really very professional. He played only five, six or seven matches, but he was really very important in the training ground, in the dressing room. Today was his last match for Chelsea, so it was important for him to be on the pitch, only for a few minutes but I still think it was really very important for the fans and for him.
Here, Gary won everything. And so I think he had to say goodbye to the stadium, to the fans, to the club.”
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