MAURIZIO SARRI’S coaching staff are openly talking about getting the sack at the end of the season.
There is so much discord behind the scenes again at Chelsea that they expect to be on their way after just one year in London.
Sarri, who lost his cool during Monday night’s 2-2 home draw with Burnley, knows he is fighting to keep his job.
Although they can still qualify for the Champions League, Blues fans have not taken to Sarri-ball.
Soon enough, he can take it home with him.
Meanwhile, the Italian coach has been hit with an £8,000 fine after he was sent from sideline against the Clarets.
The 60-year-old has admitted the misconduct charge thrown at him by the Football Association.
The FA have confirmed Sarri has "accepted the standard penalty" for his actions.
Sarri, who had until Friday to respond, was sent to the stands by referee Kevin Friend in stoppage time after chaos erupted at Stamford Bridge.
He did not take part in the post-match press conference after he allegedly suffered abuse from the Burnley bench.
Sarri said he was repeatedly called a "s*** Italian" by members of the Clarets' backroom staff.
Chelsea assistant Gianfranco Zola claimed the boss was left "offended" by members of Burnley's backroom staff.
He said: "I think there will be a follow-up on that. Maurizio felt very unhappy.
"We understand it's a football game. You say words because of the adrenaline, but he wasn't particularly happy."
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