Sometimes certain styles of players don’t suit the tactical needs of their manager. Gary Lineker left Barcelona because Johan Cruyff used him on the wing, Pep Guardiola couldn’t make use of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and now, with Maurizio Sarri questioning the technical ability of N’Golo Kante, we might have another high-profile example.
Kante is one of the best players in world football and his World Cup medal and two Premier League titles should go someway to backing that statement up. In Sarri’s Chelsea, he doesn’t look it.
How Sarri’s midfield three is supposed to work
Sarri-ball is the name and 4-3-3 is the game. Chelsea are always in a 4-3-3, built as a 4-1-2-3 with wide inside-forwards…
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