Published: Sun, November 25, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri: Manchester City are far above everyone else

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri: Manchester City are far above everyone else

Even so, Sarri, a personal friend of Guardiola, believes there is still a gap to close before Chelsea can challenge City for the title.

The life in Premier League for Chelsea's sixth Italian boss Maurizio Sarri has begun in stunning fashion as the Blues extend their unbeaten run to twelve and former Napoli boss has become best debutant manager in Premier League's history.

Merson says there are only two fixtures left where Manchester City could lose this season - away to Chelsea on December 8 and against rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford next March. Then there is a very good team, Liverpool. We have to do a lot of work.

Saturday's match against Tottenham brings Sarri into competition with Mauricio Pochettino, another of Europe's most highly-regarded coaches who is still looking for the first major trophy of his top-level career.

Before West Ham could get a hold of the game, Raheem Sterling stunned them in the 19th minute with a neat finish. So I need to win something as soon as possible [to shut you up].

'Sometimes there are the conditions for winning. Sometimes not. Maybe Pochettino is not in the conditions to win at the moment. Maybe two. So it's very hard to win if you're not the best team. If you're not, it's more hard.

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'It's clear he's a very important coach, with a trophy or without a trophy'.

Tottenham jumped above their London rival in the standings thanks to goals by Dele Alli, Harry Kane, and Son Heung-min in a rampant performance at Wembley Stadium.

The coming months may be pivotal for title race and in order to sustain in it, Sarri may look coming January window to bolster Chelsea's squad.

There's a new second place side, at least until Sunday, as Eintracht built a three-goal lead starting with a first minute goal from Canadian midfielder Jonathan De Guzman. "Not only the defensive line, the defensive phase, the offensive players pressed very badly". The Everton goalless draw at Stamford Bridge just before the global break saw them drop two points and we saw a real lack of creativity and penetration. It's up to the club - if it's more important to win, or more important to improve the players'.

But when the subject of the Denmark player's contract expiring came up, Sarri interjected. I like him very much, but I don't want to talk about a player of Tottenham for the (transfer) market, of course.

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