Cesc Fabregas salutes Maurizio Sarri and eyes extended Chelsea stay

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He has since installed himself as permanent fixture in Chelsea's first team who have impressed in their first seven games of the Premier League season, but that has not stopped him being on the end dressing room jibes from his team-mates.

"Debates of that type are probably better made when he's a little bit older and got grey hair like me and then everybody can discuss the merits once everybody's finished", he said.

"But I'd love to stay at the club. To play against him last Saturday, I can tell he is one of the best and he's still young also".

"I feel sensations under Sarri that I never thought I would feel again", said Fabregas.

'In football being a teacher's pet doesn't really come into it", he says, "and there's a lot about our relationship that people don't know so pet does not come into it'.

"The way he sees football is something that maybe in the future if I become a coach I think I'll do something very similar". Maurizio Sarri's side have drawn two on the bounce, and a win would see us move to the top of the table, at least until Liverpool and Manchester City come head-to-head later in the day.

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ECU graduate student of health and communication, Hunter Roberts said she was representing the campus LGBTQ organization. "Basically, I sort of rotate my girls".

"Alvaro will [remember this game] I'm sure, it was very important for him", Fabregas said at Stamford Bridge.

Fabregas added: "He was stressing out a bit so the goal will do him a lot of good".

"His attitude is spot on and he always tries his best". In a shared interview with Hazard and Jorginho with the Times, Willian explained why a change in training schedules has not left the best impression on him. "We are delighted and hopefully this is the first of many".

Sarri sent on Eden Hazard against Vidi, with the game goalless, having rested the Belgium playmaker from the prior Europa League game at PAOK.

He has a brilliant record of scoring five goals in his last four appearances against them during his time with the Blues and former club Arsenal. I think I have a good understanding with the fans and players.

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