Maurizio Sarri disappointed after sack calls from Chelsea fans
Chelsea fans were unhappy for their team display against Cardiff City despite their victory after Cesar Azpilicueta and an injury-time strike from Ruben Loftus-Cheek secure three points.
Sarri is under pressure as fans during that match turned against Italian coach with chants of ‘you don’t know what you are doing’ before declaring ‘we want Sarri out’.
“I don’t want to answer because I can understand very well,” said Sarri when asked about the chants. “I have been on the pitch for the last 45 years.
“I was really disappointed for my players because they were fighting.
“Maybe it was better to wait until the end of the match. I can understand. Unfortunately I am getting used to this.
“I need to work in order to change their opinion.”
Asked whether possibility to change the opinions of a section of the Blues’ support, Sarri continued: “I don’t know. I think we only need to win matches.
“If you win then the fans will be happy. We need to be better and you need to win matches like this.”
And Sarri insists he will not resign.
“No, no. I want to stay here.
“When I arrived here the team in the table were 30 points behind City, fifth and I want to stay here and improve the results. It wasn’t easy work.
“There is a difference between City, Liverpool and us. We are fighting and trying, we have to work very well.”