Maurizio Sarri Confronts Assistant Manager After Mourinho Fight On Touchline
Sarri Confronts Assistant Manager After Mourinho Fight On Touchline.
Chelsea supervisor Maurizio Sarri has wasted little time in confronting second assistant Marco Ianni after he incited a touchline bust-up during a dramatic finish to the 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
Ianni celebrated Ross Barkley’s stoppage-time equaliser for the Blues in front of the touring bench at Stamford Bridge, a good deal to the annoyance of Jose Mourinho.
The United manager had to be limited through stewards as tempers flared inside the aftermath to the past due aim, although Sarri insisted he did not witness the incident.
Sarri has, but, spoken to the member of his staff who become concerned, at the same time as Mourinho insisted there was no terrible feeling after receiving an apology from both Sarri and Ianni.
“Sincerely I have now not visible what occurred, however then I spoke to Jose, of direction, then I spoke to the member of the staff because I assume that we have been on the incorrect side, so I actually have treated this straight away,” Sarri informed Sky Sports.
“I think it’s non-public. I spoke with the member of staff and I need to be very hard. I can’t come right here and tell the whole thing, in any other case with my workforce I am not credible.
“I am now not sincerely happy, as I stated earlier than, when I have spoken with Jose I understood that we had been on the incorrect facet of the situation.”