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Maurizio Sarri: a look back at the Italian's highs and lows at Chelsea

Maurizio Sarri is set to join Juventus on a three-year contract after securing his release from Chelsea. The 60-year-old enjoyed a turbulent tenure as Chelsea manager, winning the Europa League in a comfortable 4-1 victory over Arsenal and suffering the Blues worst ever Premier League defeat, at the hands of Manchester City. The Italian is set to sign a three-year deal with Juventus, with Chelsea eyeing up club legend Frank Lampard as his replacement

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    Ora Sarri verrà a verificare se il suo dito medio calza bene…. Prossimi acquisti Hisaj e Mario Rui…. #sarroditomedio

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    Is it too soon now to sack sarri?

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    We suffered our heaviest defeat in PL under him !

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    Chelsea fans disgust me. Sarri has won you a european trophy. He has got you in third place in the premier league and has got you to a league cup final. Yet you still call him a useless manager? He deserved better. I'm glad he's gone to Juventus im sure juve fans will respect him much more than you useless pricks. Enjoy being a midtable side with your transfer ban and your best player leaving.

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    Highs for Chelsea this season
    – Winning Europa unbeaten
    – 3rd in League
    -Carabao Final
    -Beating City

    Lows of the season
    – Getting slapped 6-0 by City
    – Kepa becoming manager
    – If you want to say Hazard leaving

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