INA – SOURCES
Chelsea’s Sarri-ball revolution is now well and truly over, and probably before it even got a chance to properly start.
Maurizio Sarri has today been released from duty at Chelsea to join Juventus, where he’s signed a three-year contract and will look to continue their domination of Italian football while maintaining their European ambitions as well.
Sarri becomes the first full-time (i.e. non-interim) Chelsea head coach in a long, long time to leave of his own accord, though some might argue that he was still essentially sacked by his results, his football, his homesickness, or his relationship with a good portion of the fanbase. Choose your own explanation.