Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

David Luiz Loving Life Under 'Great Human' Maurizio Sarri

David Luiz Loving Life Under 'Great Human' Maurizio Sarri

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says he is open to the idea of former captain John Terry joining the coaching staff at Stamford Bridge.

A new lease on life has Ings looking risky; he already has two goals to his name, and I expect many more to come.

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Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has said that the London outfit are not title contenders this season as they are still missing something.

Chelsea will be aiming to maintain their impressive 100% start to the Premier League season when they welcome Neil Warnock's newly promoted Cardiff to Stamford Bridge tomorrow afternoon. No more. Surrey. Similar to my name. Here, he's a point of reference. Rested by Argentina during the worldwide break, he will expect to hit the net at home to defensively questionable Fulham. But I don't know - he told me another thing, that he wants to play.

"But we're not in a position to offer him the salary that he was on last season". It's very hard to close a gap of 30 points at the beginning of the season.

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"We had areas of priority in the summer, and a lot of that was trying to bring the age of the squad down to achieve the style of play we want here".

Should he return to Stamford Bridge, it will be as a member of Sarri's coaching staff.

Ahead of Chelsea's clash with Cardiff City on Saturday, manager Sarri said: 'My feeling is that we are not a very solid team in the defensive phase.

Sarri's smoking ban would be only temporary, "for one, two years, yes".

"My mind was always like that, always when I arrive here my plan was to stay here as long as possible and now I am here five years I hope stay five more!"

Asked if that attitude is born out of the fact that he worked outside of football in the world of banking until the age of 40, Sarri replied with a smile: "Maybe, maybe".

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