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Jamie Carragher criticises Maurizio Sarri for 'turning Chelsea into Arsenal'

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Cary Erickson | 12 February, 2019, 19:23

The Blues slumped to a resounding 6-0 loss to Manchester City in the Premier League at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Former Chelsea coach Paul Clement has insisted Maurizio Sarri will not walk away from the club, but believes there is something wrong behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge.

The Daily Mirror, meanwhile, say Sarri is under scrutiny at Chelsea for his handling of Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Sarri's players and the club were humiliated by the 6-0 drubbing against Pep Guardiola's City at the weekend and have been pushed out of the top four by Manchester United's resurgence under caretaker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

"Bookmakers are not always right for starters, so I wouldn't get excited about that".

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She grew tearful as she said: "I want to thank all the artists that took their time and their verses for my album". The nerves are so bad", she said.

"It's a huge challenge to come and play in the Premier League and I'm going to give my all to help Chelsea".

"With my Chelsea hat on, you have a feeling for it and it's not nice", the former England global told the media on Monday. I had some time at Manchester City as well so I have some feelings for them.

"I obviously follow Chelsea, have huge respect for them, and I hope to see them, put some form together and turn those results around". "It's only halfway through Sarri's first season but the worst thing I can say is it looks like he has turned Chelsea into Arsenal". It makes no sense to play the older players when you have nothing to win.

Cesar Azpilicueta has captained the side in Cahill's absence but it is said that the Spaniard does not assume control of the team in the same manner as previous senior figures at the club such as John Terry, Frank Lampard or Didier Drogba.