"Sarri has probably thought he's an experienced guy, he's been around the block, and thinks he doesn't need to take it". We have the players.
The Blues next face Tottenham in the second leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final clash, where they must overturn a 1-0 deficit to progress.
Sarri blasted his players in an explosive press conference after the game and an inquest continued at the club's training ground.
"But maybe another player will have played great with Emery and with me he will not be so good". Sarri's 4-3-3 system has required a significant reshuffle at the back, with Marcos Alonso moving from left wing-back to full-back and Cesar Azpilicueta moving from right-sided centre-back to right-back.
Sarri, though, has shown little appetite to change course.
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Suarez may help resolve a conundrum Emery seems to have been struggling with in the midfield, where he has been reluctant to fit in Mesut Ozil, handing the German midfield playmaker only 12 starts in the Premier League this season.
He won't change his system?
"I think our aggression - we were very strong in the duels and had two really good chances in the first 10 minutes", Kolasinac said after the game.
"Two weeks ago when we travelled to Blackpool where the atmosphere was hard and the pitch was not good, he said to me "I want to play and help this team".
Chelsea looks an unhappy place to be at present, and if Sarri doesn't at least consider switching things up, things may not end well for him. He might also be emboldened by how Manchester City and Liverpool have grasped Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp's ideas after hard starts.
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has admitted he frustrates all managers he plays under - but knows why. If the past tells us anything, it's that Sarri needs his vision to take shape quickly. One way or the other, the prospects of "Sarri-ball" succeeding at Chelsea will become clearer after Thursday's meeting with Spurs.