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Chelsea fine Cappa Arrivesablaaga Maurizio Surrey Wembley after a week’s wage-up

Spaniard and his Italian boss talked about the public display of defender’s defiance against the end of extra time in the Carabao Cup final on Monday, in which the blues lost to Manchester City on penalties.

  • Surrey was left angry at the touchline after failing to make efforts to replace them for the Willy Cabello before the penalty shootout.
  • Both people completely dismissed it as a misunderstanding but Ariazbalaga personally apologized to Sarani, his teammates and his full acceptance from the club which he made “a big mistake”.
  • His wages will go into charity, and he said: “I have thought a lot about the events of yesterday.
  • However, there was a misunderstanding, I made a big mistake on the reflection of how I handled the situation.
  • “I wanted to take time to apologize to the coach, Willy, my teammates and the club completely and individually today.
  • I have done this and now I want to apologize to the fans too.”
  • “I will learn from this episode and accept any punishment or the discipline set by the club will be appropriate.”
  • Sarree said: “KAPA and I have talked about the incident, it was a good conversation.
  • There was a misunderstanding tomorrow, but it turns out that the way he reacted made a big mistake, Have apologized to your teammates and colleagues.
  • “It is up to the club if they want to discipline him according to the rules of the club, but this matter is closed for me now.
  • The performance of the team as a whole was very positive and it is a shame to see that How the incident has kept an eye on our efforts in a very competitive Cup Final
  • “Now everyone’s attention is on the next game and all of us should now leave it behind.”

Fixtures

February 2019

Wednesday 27th February

Premier League
20:00

Home 6/55/2Away 21/10

March 2019

Sunday 3rd March

Premier League

14:05

Home 19/53/1Away 4/6

Thursday 7th March

Europa League
20:00

Sunday 10th March

Premier League
14:05

Thursday 14th March

Europa League
17:55

Sunday 17th March

Premier League
16:30

Sunday 31st March

Premier League
14:05

April 2019

Monday 8th April

Premier League
20:00

Sunday 14th April

Premier League
16:30

Monday 22nd April

Premier League
20:00

Sunday 28th April

Premier League
16:30

May 2019

Saturday 4th May

Premier League
15:00

Sunday 12th May

Premier League
15:00

FC Roster

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    Willy Caballero

    Goalkeeper

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    Robert Green

    Goalkeeper

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    Marcin Bulka

    Goalkeeper

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    Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Goalkeeper

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    Jamie Cumming

    Goalkeeper

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    Antonio Rüdiger

    Defender

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    Marcos Alonso

    Defender

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    Davide Zappacosta

    Defender

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    Gary Cahill

    Defender

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    Andreas Christensen

    Defender

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    César Azpilicueta

    Defender

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    David Luiz

    Defender

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    Emerson

    Defender

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    Ethan Ampadu

    Defender

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    Daniel Drinkwater

    Midfielder

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    N’Golo Kanté

    Midfielder

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    Ross Barkley

    Midfielder

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    Ruben Loftus-Cheek

    Midfielder

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    Jorginho

    Midfielder

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    Mateo Kovacic

    Midfielder

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    George McEachran

    Midfielder

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    Eden Hazard

    Forward

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    Pedro

    Forward

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    Olivier Giroud

    Forward

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    Willian

    Forward

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    Callum Hudson-Odoi

    Forward

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    Gonzalo Higuaín

    Forward

Manager

Chelsea: Latest News| Fixtures| FC Roster| Manager

Maurizio Sarri (Italian pronunciation: [Moutritso risarri]; born 10 January 1959) is an Italian professional football coach who is the manager of the Premier League club Chelsea.

 

Personal information
Full nameMaurizio Sarri
Date of birth10 January 1959 (age 60)
Place of birthNaples, Italy
Playing positionCentre back
Club information
Current team
Chelsea (manager)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
Figline
Teams managed
1990–1991Stia
1991–1993Faellese
1993–1996Cavriglia
1996–1998Antella
1998–1999Valdema
1999–2000Tegoleto
2000–2003Sansovino
2003–2005Sangiovannese
2005–2006Pescara
2006–2007Arezzo
2007Avellino
2008Hellas Verona
2008–2009Perugia
2010Grosseto
2010–2011Alessandria
2011–2012Sorrento
2012–2015Empoli
2015–2018Napoli
2018–Chelsea

 

He did not play football professionally, working as a banker, participated in an amateur central guard and coach. In 2005, he had his first seri B job in Pescara. In 2014, he was promoted to Serie A with Ampley, and after hiring his place in the top flight, he was hired by Napoli. He won a number of individual awards while managing a Naples-based club, and after finishing in the league runner-up in 2017-18, he moved to Chelsea.

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