26 Apr Chelsea news: Sarri fined #8,000 after acknowledging misconduct fee
The German responded furiously to something which was stated by a member of the Burnley training team on Monday night
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri was fined Number 8,000 later admitting a Football Association (FA) charge of misconduct.
Sarri was delivered out of the dugout for his response to a fracas between Chelsea and Burnley players at the 94th moment of this 2-2 Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
The Italian stormed down the touchline to vent his frustration in the traffic as result was ejected his normal seat.
The events made an unsavoury preference between the two sets of players in fulltime, with many squaring-up following the final whistle.
On Wednesday it was announced that Sarri was charged with misconduct and on Thursday that the FA confirmed he was fined for his activities.
“Maurizio Sarri was fined Number 8,000 after he confessed a misconduct charge in The FA and approved that the typical penalty,” the FA said in a statement on Thursday.
Sarri didn’t run his post-match media responsibilities after seemingly being abandoned handed by the decision to send him off, which helper Gianfranco Zola afterwards described as a misunderstanding.
Maurizio Sarri was fined Number 8,000 after he confessed that a misconduct charge in The FA and approved that the typical penalty. It worried his behavior from the 94th moment of Monday’s [22/04/2019] match between Chelsea and Burnley from the Premier League. pic.twitter.com/R5y6pb1xkS
— FA Spokesperson (@FAspokesperson) April 25, 2019
Zola also said the former Napoli head trainer was offended by remarks made by members of Burnley’s training team and was also frustrated with the Clarets’ alleged time-wasting.
Reports afterwards emerged suggesting Sarri’d become the goal of a discriminatory insult by somebody in the Burnley dugout, but there wasn’t any mention of the in the FA announcement.
“The motive [for Sarri not showing up after the game] is he is very disappointed, so he would prefer to not come over here,” Zola said following the game.
“He has been sent . I believe he has been offended too, therefore he did not believe it was the ideal thing to do, to talk for you [the media].
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“I believe he has been told something in their seat, but do not ask me what. I really don’t wish to go down this line, but we will see what we can do about that.
“You say words due to the adrenalin, but he was not especially pleased. If Maurizio explained that, likely it is something which might have been prevented.”
Chelsea’s 2-2 draw on Monday signifies they head to another round of Premier League fixtures fourth at the table, only a point clear of fifth-place Arsenal and three before Manchester United, they perform on Sunday.