Published: Tue, April 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Ex-Chelsea striker Sutton: 'Erratic' Sarri running out of time

Ex-Chelsea striker Sutton: 'Erratic' Sarri running out of time

The Bluebirds led thanks to Victor Camarasa's strike early in the second half on Sunday but Cesar Azpilicueta levelled for Chelsea with six minutes left, although replays showed the Blues captain was offside.

Sarri heard the calls for him to be sacked, and after the match claimed that winning on the pitch is the only way to lift the mood in the stands.

"I used to think that about one or two refs, but when I speak to them, they're not like that and I know they're not like that".

Heading into the resumption of the Premier League last weekend, the 18-year-old Hudson-Odoi was coming off the most momentous week of his career.

"We played so well and I'm really proud of them, but once again we've been kicked in the teeth". Of course I can understand.

Barkley told Chelsea FC's website: "I had a good week away with England, two positive results and I got a couple of goals, and now I'm looking forward to a strong end of the season with Chelsea".

"I just tried to get into the box and it worked".

"In the end we deserved to win". With that huge match to come, you have to wonder what changes Chris Hughton will make to his team, even if they do still need points.

"But during the season he has improved and is now ready to play". But sometimes, during the season, you need to win matches like this.

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"Callum didn't start very well on the right", Sarri said. "Probably with a bit of luck, but, for sure, there was a bit of unluckiness at Everton".

After losing 2-0 to Manchester City on Saturday for an eighth straight league defeat, Fulham will be relegated on Tuesday if it loses at Watford. We can fight with the others, I think.

"That's what we both want and we have to pull in the same direction".

Sarri also said he wouldn't be talking to his young player about the racist abuse he received because "I am not able to solve it". Hazard 48 with today.

"Probably, in every season, there is a moment in which you have to rest".

"We were lucky because we gained three points and Hazard played 30 or 35 minutes and Kante zero minutes".

Warnock said the Premier League have "the worst officials in the world" and that referees' chief Mark Riley was a "robot" who does not know the game.

"I'll live to fight another day and the fans know I'm doing the best I can with what we have".

"It's going to be tough for everyone, don't get me wrong, but that is my reasoning why I don't think Arsenal will finish in the top four", the ex-England global declared. "You have to decide".

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