Maurizio Sarri has vowed to bring the fun back to Chelsea’s football as the new manager took charge of his first training session on Monday.
Sarri was appointed on Saturday after the club parted company with Antonio Conte, who has released a statement via the League Managers Association wishing luck to his successor at Stamford Bridge.
‘I want to play my football,’ said Sarri, the 59-year-old who forged a reputation for fluent and attractive football in his last job, with Napoli. ‘I want to enjoy myself and probably to win something.
‘I would give all of my possessions to win something with Chelsea.’
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— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 16, 2018