Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has revealed the difference between coaching a Seria A club and a Premier league side, per report.
After so much dilly dallying, Sarri was appointed to replace Antonio Conte as the Blues boss in the summer – Sarri had also been replaced by former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti as the boss of Napoli.
Sarri has earned plaudits for the transformation in style of play currently going on in Chelsea and he has led the side to one of their best Premier league starts, winning four games in a row and jointly on top of the table with Liverpool.
The Chelsea boss has admitted to the difficulty of the Premier league and he revealed that he is enjoying life in the Premier league.
Here it is totally different: it is an absolute party, it is a pleasure to arrive in the stadiums and see the fans with different shirts take a beer together. I sign autographs to the fans of the opposing team on the sidelines, before and after the match. There are games with so much intensity, physicality. The English way is a different football from the Italian one, played in extraordinary stadiums.
Chelsea will take on Cardiff City in the Premier league after the international break next week and they will be hoping maintain their good form against the Welsh club.
Conte failed to qualify Chelsea for the Champions league this season but Sarri has been asked to lead the Blues to a top four finish, a feat that seem achievable.