- Chelsea’s new coach brings new style of play called Sarri-ball.
- We the players must quickly adapt to it says Fabregas.
Cesc Fabregas has insisted that Chelsea players must quickly adapt to the demands of new manager Maurizio Sarri as he looks to reshape the team and implement his playing style at Stamford Bridge ahead of the forthcoming season.
The 59-year-old Italian tactician replaced Antonio Conte and is known to play a brand of attacking football which catches the eye as was evident in his time at Napoli.
“He is bringing a different style, a different formation and we just need to grow into it,”
As expected, the system of 3 at the back has already been ditched by Sarri as he favors 4 at the back and Fabregas who is with the team on a pre-season tour of Australia added that the team was already adjusting.
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“We need time to re-adapt to a back four and to what the boss wants but I believe we’re intelligent players and players at the top level who will try to adapt as soon as possible,”
“The players who are here, together with the youngsters, do a good job trying to get it as fast as we can and hopefully this is a good day to start seeing a few things from what the manager wants from us.”
Meanwhile, Marcos Alonso is also looking forward to Sarri leaving his imprint on the Blues as they look to do significantly better than the fifth-placed finish last season.
“He likes to play football, likes to press high, to try to have control of the ball and control of the game,”.
“It could be more similar to the Spanish style, but he has Italian aspects as well… he likes to work with the DEFENcE a lot, the back-four line, lots of positioning work.”
On other news Savechelsea.net also report Fabregas saying Our best player Hazard has to stay.
Hazard future at the bridge is uncertain due to the Belgian refusing to extending his contract at the Bridge and here is what the Spaniard said ahead of Chelsea pre-season tour of Australia:
“I speak to him often. He is the best player at the club and we need Chelsea to keep the best players,”