Photo: Sarri unveiled as new Chelsea manager; Fans react: 'Yes finally', 'Boom' - originally posted on Chelsea have announced the appointment of Maurizio Sarri as their new manager. The former Napoli boss replaces his compatriot Antonio-Conte/' title='Antonio Conte News'>Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge.  A report on the club’s official website claims that Sarri has signed a three year deal with the Blues. Chelsea had a poor season by their s...

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