Maurizio Sarri makes Liverpool and Man City admission after Cardiff win

Maurizio Sarri makes Liverpool and Man City admission after Cardiff win

Maurizio Sarri makes Liverpool and Man City admission after Cardiff win

"Chelsea is a big club who are always going to fight for the titles - this year is a great opportunity for us if we continue this way - but we have to take it one game at a time".

Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Like Liverpool and Watford, Chelsea have got a 100 per cent record from their first four league games and I see that flawless start continuing here".

Sarri has first hand experience of seeing his team drop points in the immediate aftermath of an global break during his first season at the helm of Napoli, and ahead of Chelsea's encounter with Cardiff he has urged his side not to get ahead of themselves.

Abraham spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Bristol City before getting a regular taste of Premier League action with Swansea City last season on a temporary basis. A sometimes-difficult dressing room seems to be on message and their manager believes his team will improve noticeably as the season goes on. Cardiff went into the global break with a 3-2 loss to Arsenal, a game that earned the Gunners their second win of the season.

"I think that, if John prefers to start with the young players, it's right to start with the young players". I am very open with him because he is the history of the club.

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"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". "But I don't know the situation now".

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.

"We are not as solid as I want in the defensive phase. If he wants to help us, I'm very, very happy". Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri has instated a revolutionising gameplay at his side which is reaping overwhelming rewards from it. "It's 12 or 13 hours, but for me it's not working". I feel like at home.

"I think so. I hope not". "For me, my life is on the pitch with the players".

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