Chelsea To Build Smoking Room For New Manager Maurizio Sarri At Stamford Bridge

Maurizio Sarri smoking room

Chelsea Under Tension To Build Smoking Room For New Manager Maurizio Sarri At Stamford Bridge

Chain smoker Maurizio Sarri, the new manager of Chelsea Football Club is famous for smoking up to 80 cigarettes a day during his time at Napoli.

Since he moved over to Chelsea, the 59-year-old will require a special smoking area during his match days.

Since smoking has been banned in workplaces in the UK, Chelsea will have to build a special smoking room to permit Sarri to light up at Stamford bridge.

According to the Mirror, Chelsea must find a way to build Sarri a smoking room so as to accommodate him as the club takes on Arsenal on August 18.

Due to his addiction to cigarette, his former club RB Leipzig built him a smoking room within the changing room ahead of their Europa League clash with Napoli last season.

One thought on “Chelsea To Build Smoking Room For New Manager Maurizio Sarri At Stamford Bridge

  1. like the saying goes,what doesnt kill u,makes u stronger…whic kin yeye addiction be dis nah..chelsea just gave him a faster way to kpeme..80 cigarettes a day..his lungs and wind pipes must be ashes by now..lord have mercy..

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