Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry joining Chelsea coaching staff

Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry joining Chelsea coaching staff

Chelsea are one of three Premier League teams to have registered four wins from four matches, alongside Liverpool and Watford.

"It will be a very hard game for everybody who plays Cardiff".

Chelsea will be looking to maintain their 100% start to the new season when they take on Cardiff City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon. The most successful captain in the club's history departed in 2017 and reached the Championship play-off final with Villa.

A lifeless, error-strewn display against Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley did not augur well for Chelsea and despite a 3-2 league win against Arsenal featuring some delightful football, it was offset by glaring defensive deficiencies that might have resulted in five or six goals for the Gunners. "I think this season is too soon, but I hope not".

"I am talking about a week ago, I don't know the situation".

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Sarri, meanwhile, reveals he is open to bringing Terry back to the club as a member of the coaching staff.

"Fortunately in the last season [when Napoli nearly won Serie A in 2017/18], the average was the same: 2.4 in the season, 2.45 after the break".

Maurizio Sarri has claimed he does not see Chelsea challenging for the Premier League title in his debut season in charge, adding that Manchester City and Liverpool are now the main title contenders.

Sarri established a reputation in Italy as a pure coach who is obsessed with thinking about football and preparing meticulously for his opponents, but the vibe he gives off is not as intense as the one that surrounded Antonio Conte during his two years at Cobham. "My end game is to be a manager and that's what I'm working towards with the younger boys here". I feel like at home.

The defender admitted the fact that there is a lot of pressure associated with playing for a club like Chelsea, while also claiming that it was the same pressure that helped them win the Champions League in 2012.

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