Chelsea-coach Sarri sued for alleged misconduct against Burnley

Maurizio Sarri need for a suspension fear. The English football association on Wednesday announced the manager of Chelsea to sue for misconduct in the game against Burnley on Monday night (2-2).

Old Sarri was in the final stage of the duel turned away by referee Kevin Friend after he was dealing with a defined as in the field. The contest had become a tumultuous conclusion, because after the final whistle, there was at the tunnel a defined with the players and the coach of Burnley.

According to assistant coach Gianfranco Zola of Chelsea made members of the technical staff of Burnley insulting remarks to the address of Sarri. The Italian was so angry that he afterwards refused to take the media’s word.

Sarri has until Friday evening at 18.00 hours to respond to the complaint. The FA will in the meantime continue with the investigation of the out of hand contest.

Chelsea fight for Champions League ticket

By the tie spilled Chelsea expensive points in the battle for a place in the top four for a Champions League ticket. ‘The Blues’ are now, although fourth place with 67 points, but number five Arsenal (66 points), and number six Manchester United (64 points) are right behind and have a match less played.

Chelsea, the in may in the semi-finals of the Europa League, against Eintracht Frankfurt, close to the competition with matches against Manchester United (from), Watford (home) and Leicester City (from).

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