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Plenty of Chelsea Fans Are Sad to See Sarri Go After Juventus Move is Confirmed

Plenty of Chelsea Fans Are Sad to See Sarri Go After Juventus Move is Confirmed

Chelsea have this afternoon officially confirmed manager Maurizio Sarri has left to takeover as Juventus boss – and it turns out there’s actually quite a few Blues fans who are sad to see the Italian coach leave.

Sarri departs Stamford Bridge after just one year in charge, in which he has managed to return to London club to the Champions League, reach the Carabao Cup Final, as well as winning the Europa League.

Despite what seems like a pretty decent season on paper, Sarri was often criticised by supporters, and a parting of the ways this summer has seemed inevitable for a while now.

The official Chelsea website today confirmed Sarri’s departure, and it might surprise you to learn that plenty of the club’s supporters seem actually pretty upset to see the former Napoli coach depart:

Do you think Sarri was forced out by ungrateful supporters, or do you think he simply wanted a quick return to Italy, with the biggest club in Serie A?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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