Maurizio Sarri's record as Chelsea boss is worse than Scolari sacked in 2009

Maurizio Sarri's record as Chelsea boss is worse than Scolari sacked in 2009

- Maurizio Sarri's record at Chelsea is now worse than that of Felipe Scolari

- Scolari was sacked at Chelsea in 2009 after garnering 48 points in 24 EPL games

- Sarri and his players this season have played 24 games and they have 47 points

Maurizio Sarri's record at Premier League giants Chelsea is now worse than that of former Blues' boss Luiz Felipe Scolari who was thrown out of the club 10 years ago.

Sarri and his wards at Stamford Bridge have played 24 games this season in the Premier League with 47 points and occupy fifth position on the table.

In 2009, Brazilian football manager Luiz Felipe Scolari was sacked at the stage Sarri is at Chelsea even 1 point more than the Italian.

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After Felipe Scolari was sacked at Chelsea in February 2009, the club made a statement that the 70-year-old was axed because of poor results.

As at the time Scolari was dismissed at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings and also in the Champions League.

Maurizio Sarri now finds himself in the same situation with Scolari following Chelsea's embarrassing Premier League defeat against Bournemouth.

But the Blues' board have not made any statement regarding the shock defeat.

Sarri is now under pressure at Chelsea with the former Napoli gaffer admitting that his players are struggling to learn his tactics.

Earlier, had reported how Maurizio Sarri who is the manager of Premier League side Chelsea reportedly told Belgian football star Eden Hazard that he is free to leave the club if he wants to.

Eden Hazard has for the past three seasons being linked with a move to the Spanish giants with Real Madrid said to be ready to sign him in the summer.

Sarri has now explained that he will not stand on Eden Hazard's way if he wants to leave Stamford Bridge, but he hopes he stays at the end of the season. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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