Chelsea stars want Maurizio Sarri out of Stamford Bridge

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Sarri said he spoke to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich after the club's friendly against New England Revolution last week, but "only for one minute" and exclusively regarding Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who ruptured his Achilles' tendon during the second half of the match. 'You can not do 10 months of work and then I have to play for everything in 90 minutes.

"It's not right. It's not the right way".

"This is the moment that you are all in it for and this is why you work so hard".

The former Napoli coach, who only arrived at Stamford Bridge last July, added: "My future is Wednesday".

Villa played West Brom on May 14, so it will be 13 days by the time they face Derby on Bank Holiday Monday in a bid to reach the Premier League.

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"The situation is clear: I have a contract".

"So probably the emotions weren't flowing through the laptop as much as they would normally be, but there was one of disappointment that Villa didn't go up because even though I was Brentford manager, they've always been my team".

"If they do get promotion, then hopefully we can do it ourselves next season and join them in the Premier League, to resume the rivalry there". We lost two or three matches very, very badly. 'It's a little bit wrong in my opinion that - given the prize which is on offer - we're the third game on at Wembley over the weekend.

"What we've got that can help us is, for the last 15 or 16 games, we've been playing must-win games", said Smith. With 56 Forest games under his belt already, he will hope that his loan spell has put him in good stead for next season. "If we are able to win then it will become a wonderful season".

Chelsea were forced to pay £9 million in compensation to previous manager Antonio Conte, who was sacked after two years in charge. "My feeling is that for our group this final is very important".

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