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Burnley bench used obscenities against Chelsea manager Sarri during the match

April 23, 2019 Sports 0 Views LONDON – Several individuals on the Burnley bench ripped Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri by repeatedly calling him "s — Italian" before the touchline break that slipped Monday's 2-2 competition between clubs at Stamford Bridge, sources have told ESPN FC. Sarri was sent down the tunnel at the last minute of the match by Judge Kevin Friend and fourth official Roger East after losing his cool with members of Sean Dych's backroom team, although the Burnley boss himself was not involved. Sources have told ESPN FC that Sarri's anger boiled over when he was labeled a "s-Italian" by several members of the visiting club and Chelsea's head coach was so offended by what he had heard that the postmatch media task was delegated to his assistant Gianfranco Zola. Details of the words that are exchanged between the two benches are expected to be included in the judge's report, since East was able to hear everything and after the game Zola Suggeste d that Chelsea could ask the Football Association to take action against Burnley for what was said. "He's very frustrated, so he prefers not to come here," said Zola about Sarri. "He has been turned off, I think he has also been offended, so he didn't feel it was right to do, to talk to you." "I think he has heard something from his bench, but don't ask me exactly what. I don't want to go down that line, but we'll see what…

LONDON – Several individuals on the Burnley bench ripped Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri by repeatedly calling him “s — Italian” before the touchline break that slipped Monday’s 2-2 competition between clubs at Stamford Bridge, sources have told ESPN FC.

Sarri was sent down the tunnel at the last minute of the match by Judge Kevin Friend and fourth official Roger East after losing his cool with members of Sean Dych’s backroom team, although the Burnley boss himself was not involved.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Sarri’s anger boiled over when he was labeled a “s-Italian” by several members of the visiting club and Chelsea’s head coach was so offended by what he had heard that the postmatch media task was delegated to his assistant Gianfranco Zola.

Details of the words that are exchanged between the two benches are expected to be included in the judge’s report, since East was able to hear everything and after the game Zola Suggeste d that Chelsea could ask the Football Association to take action against Burnley for what was said.

“He’s very frustrated, so he prefers not to come here,” said Zola about Sarri. “He has been turned off, I think he has also been offended, so he didn’t feel it was right to do, to talk to you.”

“I think he has heard something from his bench, but don’t ask me exactly what. I don’t want to go down that line, but we’ll see what we can do about it. [1

9659002] “I think there will be a consequence [up] on it. Maurizio felt very unhappy. We understand it’s a football You say words because of adrenaline, but he wasn’t very happy. “Photo by Warren Little / Getty Images

Emotions between the benches flew early in the game, with Dyche’s assistant Ian Woan pointing out that Sarri is interfering in the visiting technical area while Chelsea was having problems with what they perceived as cynical Burnley time-consuming from halfway through the first half and onwards.

Tensions escalated, as Burnley relinquished repulsive waves of Chelsea pressure and acted to slow down the game at the last minute and at the final whistle converged a lot of angry bodies from both clubs at the entrance to the Stamford Bridge tunnel.

Burnley goalkeeper coach Billy Mercer had to be hindered after being offended by Chelsea goalkeeper coach M assimo Nenci and fitness coach Paolo Bertelli, while defender Antonio Rudiger also waded into melee despite currently breastfeeding a injured knee.

Both clubs are likely to face penalties from the FA for m It succeeds in controlling its players and staff, but individuals on the Burnley side could be further punished if they appear in the judge’s report to have provoked Sarri.

After the game, Dyche made an easy attempt to play down the ugly scenes like “handbags, bumbags, manbags” but confirmed that he had tried out Zola in half time to address the issue of Sarri that intrusions the technical area of ​​Burnley.

“He said that half time [Sarri] doesn’t get it all,” Dyche said of his conversation with Zola. “I said he went over to my box. He just said he didn’t really understand it – they are bigger in Italy. OK. He’s been here a while, mind. I said good and accepted it.”

When it was told him that Sarri had replaced angry words with members of his backroom team, including Woan, laughed Dyche: “I do not think the coaching language skills are so good. It would not have been a deep conversation. Woany is from Wirral [near Liverpool in England]. “

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