Last night's home loss to rivals United comes only six days before the King's Road outfit are due to face tormentors City again in next Sunday's EFL Cup final at Wembley.
Maurizio Sarri said he was not anxious about the hostility of the Chelsea supporters towards his football after watching his team exit the FA Cup with a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
"We need more movements without the ball and less individual actions".
'The players do not completely grasp my style of play at the moment.
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Lyon's biggest problem is that captain Nabil Fekir will miss the first leg. I do not have much more to say, we'll see on Tuesday".
Blues fans booed substitutions made by the former Napoli boss during the game, before joining the visiting fans in chanting "you're getting sacked in the morning" at the Italian.
This was not lost on the Red Devils fans, many of whom were quick to head on to social media after the contest to wax lyrical about the performance they had just witnessed from the Spaniard, who was shockingly frozen out under Jose Mourinho.
Chelsea were defeated 6-0 by Manchester City in their last Premier League outing, before narrowly overcoming Malmo in the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 fixture. The Arsenal manager first in the league.
This latest setback, coupled with the strength of fan hostility, will only intensify speculation about Sarri's job security at Chelsea, but the Italian remains adamant his future is not on his mind.
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The sheriff said her team is still investigating the scene and speaking with people who called 911 to report the bodies. Kent County Sheriff Michelle LaJoye-Young told WXMI that three children and a woman were killed in the shooting.
It is understood recent results have caused disappointment within the club, but the manager and players are believed to be preparing for the next game.
"Sarri-ball is broken", said Sutton.
"Chelsea haven't got the money to do what Pep Guardiola did at Manchester City, to say: 'My full-backs aren't good enough so I'm going to pay £50m for one, £50m for another one'".
But something even more damaging may have come out of last night's defeat as reports suggest that the Chelsea dressing room has finally turned on their struggling boss.
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But it is also claimed that Zidane would set three conditions before agreeing to take over at Stamford Bridge. 'Is it a politcal move from the manager because it's a stupid one if it is'.