I Believe In Maurizio Sarri's Philosophy, Chelsea Defender Insists

Annette Crawford
September 14, 2018

David Luiz has said new Chelsea FC boss Maurizio Sarri is a positive person to be around and is creating a happy mood around the squad.

The 31-year old defender, who is in his second spell with the London club, has bounced back and featured in all the four opening matches as Chelsea maintained their ideal start to the new season under the Italian.

"So it's going to be hard for them to win the Premier League".

Chelsea have defeated Huddersfield, Arsenal, Newcastle and Bournemouth, and are one of only three teams to boast a 100 per cent record.

The London club have won all of their four opening Premier League matches under the Italian tactician and Luiz is delighted with the Sarri's approach.

These headaches didn't seem to hinder the progress of Sarri's revolution, because as Darke points out the transfer window passed with Chelsea having kept hold of many of their key assets as well as bringing in Napoli midfield technician Jorginho and Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to replace the departed Courtois.

The Belgium worldwide was though swiftly replaced by Kepa, who signed for a world-record £71.6m fee for a goalkeeper from Athletic Bilbao.


'At the moment I can answer Manchester City or Liverpool, ' said Sarri, when asked who he felt were title challengers.

The defender has played all 90 minutes in the new Premier League season for Chelsea so far and is relishing working under Sarri. Manchester City, Manchester United, and also the smaller teams have good players.

"These kinds of players give a different story about Chelsea than the way we knew Chelsea before".

Chelsea and Maurizio Sarri have started their Premier League campaign perfectly as the Blues have garnered 12 points from four fixtures, and one of his players has come out in support.

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"I think he has the capacity to make history for Chelsea again".

"Look at the Champions League in 2012".

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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