He made his point by dropping his number one in midweek so I think we'll see Kepa back in goal on Sunday. "He made a very big mistake and now the situation is closed".
"In seven days, we played 120 minutes in a very hard match against City and 90 minutes - very expensive (in terms of energy) - against Tottenham and today we had to play a very important derby".
Maurizio Sarri revealed he considered dropping Kepa Arrizabalaga for the rest of the season before restoring the Spain worldwide to the Chelsea team for Sunday's hard-earned 2-1 win over Fulham. But Kepa is a man and understood, and reacted very well. "His training was really very good, the reaction today was very good".
Fans have however taken to social media to express their annoyance to the decision of Maurizio Sarri on Kepa. "I think that, from this situation, we came out better". In England, the season is really very hard.
"I know very well the man".
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"When there is a very hard experience you can come out always different than before: better or worse".
Former Premier League referee Elleray, speaking at the conference of lawmakers the International Football Association Board (Ifab) conference in Aberdeen, confirmed that, as it stands, there is no rule that requires a player whose number is held up to leave the field should they not wish to do so.
I feel the same as before, but happier because the results are positive.
In an incident-packed first half, the much-maligned Jorginho restored Chelsea's lead with his first goal since the opening weekend of the season. We didn't kill the match and then in the last 20-25 minutes we were really very exhausted - physically but also mentally.
Eden Hazard became the third Chelsea player to both score and assist 50 Premier League goals (81 goals, 50 assists) after Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba.
"Then we won against Tottenham and won [against Fulham]". Ruben Loftus-Cheek did well off the bench against Tottenham but I think a place among the subs is the best he can hope for on Sunday.