Head coach of “Juventus” Maurizio Sarri remembered the episode works in Chelsea, and also said he had conflicts with players.
“The higher you go, the harder it is to build personal relationships with your players. Your environment changes, and building these relationships takes more time. I had a contradictory relationship with the locker room Chelsea, but when I told them that he was leaving, many of them crying.
I’m not one of those people who pats the other on the head. I talk a lot about what players are doing wrong, and less about what they do well. I think it has a great effect, but then they learn to appreciate you for who you are. I think that the players learn something as soon as I absorb your character. Those who are thinking about retiring from football, sometimes asking me for advice on how to train, “said Sarri.
Recall that the Surrey left Chelsea at the end of last season. Now the team is headed by Frank Lampard.
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