"A lot of people they say a lot of things in the press, but I never said that I want to leave Chelsea, never".
The defender has played all 90 minutes in the new Premier League season for Chelsea so far and is relishing working under Sarri.
Sarri, 59, has since overseen a ideal start to his tenure with the Blues, winning all four Premier League matches so far.
"For sure he would be a point of reference for me, for everybody I think". "But the average after the worldwide break was only 1.31 or 1.32".
Mentally the match after the break is very hard; materially because we will play against a very physical team.
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Boshirov also called on the United Kingdom to apologize for the allegations, claiming their lives had been "turned upside down". When pressed to describe their work in general terms, he said, "To cut a long story short, we're in the fitness industry".
Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge has already produced some top class performances for the Bluebirds this season, including a last minute penalty save to clinch a point against Newcastle United. Only because after the first season the players understood the difficulty of this kind of match.
He has said: "I'm not sure when I am going to play. My feeling during training is that this team can improve".
The Spaniard will be rested following his worldwide retirement, and appears one of the most likely City players to start in Kevin De Bruyne's absence. "I have seen a lot of matches, of Cardiff and PAOK, West Ham and Liverpool, so I had to work".
If Conte had remained at Stamford Bridge, it is unlikely that Luiz would still be at the club, but the 31-year-old is now one of the club's most important players again. I think so, but I hope not.
Indeed, the new boss was able to keep hold of all of his key players in the summer, apart from goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. But behind every successful manager is a spine; a reliable subset of players capable of transmitting instructions from paper to pitch, with unerring mastery, to the satisfaction of the man barking orders from the sidelines.
"I think Federation Internationale de Football Association has to change something for the national teams, because with four or five worldwide breaks it is very hard for us".