Maurizio Sarri calls for Chelsea fans to stop abuse for good of the team

• Italian manager has been targeted by disgruntled fans
• Sarri set to hand Hudson-Odoi first Premier League start

Maurizio Sarri has appealed to Chelsea’s disgruntled support to hold back on protests against his management for the good of the team as he prepares to hand Callum Hudson-Odoi a first Premier League start for the visit of Brighton.

The Italian endured abuse from the 3,000-strong travelling support during Sunday’s comeback victory at Cardiff City, with choruses of “Fuck Sarri-ball” and “We want Sarri out”. The head coach has acknowledged the fans’ frustrations, which he believes are partly born of expectations being unrealistically raised by Chelsea’s excellent start under him, but has insisted the chants unsettle his players.

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