Chelsea boss Sarri open to Terry return in coaching role

Florence Fletcher
September 16, 2018

Chelsea are likely to be without Emerson Palmieri and Davide Zappacosta against Cardiff City on Saturday after both players returned from Italy duty with fever-like symptoms, while Ruben Loftus-Cheek is struggling with a tibial problem sustained with England.

"Nobody will play the flawless season".

Terry turned down a lucrative one-year contract from Spartak Moscow this week after a late change of heart, but has been open in his desire to play on for one more season and has been linked with a return to Aston Villa.

"I think this season is too soon, but I hope not", he said. But I think also we need to improve, and we can improve.

"But [to do that he has to] spend less energy far from the goal and play in the last 25 metres".

"Now we have to prove that and do it again and again".

"For us, he's a player to play with".

"I have my dog here with a very big garden, so the dog is very happy".

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Terry said his goodbyes to Chelsea last summer, calling time on a phenomenal career at Stamford Bridge, during which he established himself among the greatest players ever to pull on the shirt.

New boss Sarri became just the fourth Premier League manager to win his first five fixtures in the division, following in the footsteps of Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola and Craig Shakespeare.

"No, I can not change my mind for one match,"the Italian responded whether he thought he had changed his mind over his side's chances".

Hazard scored his third goal in the 80th minute via a penalty before Brazil global Willian netted the fourth and last goal for the Blues to win the match 4-1.

Cardiff took a shock lead in the 16th minute when Sol Bamba bundled in from close-range after Sean Morrison had headed the ball into his path.

Mesut Ozil quietened his critics with his first Arsenal goal since February at St. James's Park as the Gunners ground out a third straight win.

Bournemouth moved up to fifth in the table after recording a thumping 4-2 victory over 10-man Leicester, with Ryan Fraser bagging a brace.

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