Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis has gone ballistic against Sarri yet again by slamming the Chelsea manager for his failure to win a trophy during his time at Napoli.
Sarri spent three years at Napoli after his move from Empoli despite winning the Serie A coach of the year in 2016-17.
This is yet another swipe to Sarri by Aurelio De Laurentiis who recently branded Maurizio Sarri as a one-dimensional coach.
De Laurentiis appeared to applaud Sarri for Chelsea’s new style of play but his anger at the Italian tactician was apparent from his comments.
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‘There remains the pleasure of having played well but also the bitterness of not having won anything,’ he told L’Equipe.
‘We gave Sarri everything and in three years we didn’t win anything.’
Sarri was replaced by former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti, and it’s no secret that De Laurentiis would want to see his new manager bring silverware glory to Naples.
Speaking on Ancelotti, he said:
‘Ancelotti’s a lovely person, who entered the world of football by mistake,’ the Napoli chief added.
‘He would do extraordinary things in any industry because he’s a serene guy, who holds no grudges with anyone.
‘He also expresses balance, and balance is a rare virtue.’
Don’t know about you, but all I see in these comments are thinly veiled swipes at Maurizio Sarri.