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Maurizio Sarri ‘happy to be sacked’ by Chelsea... he’s fed up with London and transfers

Daily Star Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Maurizio Sarri ‘happy to be sacked’ by Chelsea... he’s fed up with London and transfersCHELSEA manager Maurizio Sarri is ‘happy to lose his job’ after a miserable first season in the Premier League.
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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri speaks after his side's 4-3 second-leg Europa League win over Slavia Prague. The win earns Chelsea a place in the semi-finals on May 2.

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