Maurizio Sarri suggested he could enlist the help of a sports psychologist to work with his Chelsea players after blaming “mental confusion” for Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Leicester City.
Jamie Vardy’s second-half strike at Stamford Bridge condemned the Blues to their third Premier League defeat of the season, leaving them 11 points adrift of leaders Liverpool and ahead of Arsenal only on goal difference in fourth place.
After the match Sarri criticised his players’ reaction to Vardy’s goal in much the same way as he did following Chelsea’s shock 2-1 loss to Wolves at Molineux earlier this month, reiterating that the root cause of the team’s inconsistency is mental rather than tactical or physical.
Asked if he is using a sports psychologist to help get to the bottom of Chelsea’s issues, Sarri replied: “No, Not at the moment, because it’s not easy.
“I had a sports psychologist 15 years ago. In Italy it was really very difficult because the clubs were not ready in that moment, but I think they are not ready also in this moment. [That was] my experience in Italy.
“I don’t know [what it’s like] here. We can talk about this [with the club]. Why not?
“It’s clear we didn’t lose for the way of playing. We were a bit unlucky and then we lost because the reaction after the goal was in the wrong direction, I think.
“We had only to continue [playing the same way]. We were in full control of the match. We were dangerous without conceding anything to the opponents, so we had only to continue.” (ESPN)
US Rapper and movie star, Curtis Jackson, popularly known as 50 Cent has flaunted the new Rolls Royce he bought as Christmas gift for himself.
50 Cent who stars in the hit series Powers posted the picture of the new whip and also the receipt on his official Instagram account.
The receipt shows he purchased the ride at $440,480 which is a huge sum of money when converted to our mighty Naira.
Sharing a picture of the luxury Rolls Royce car, he wrote:
‘If I like it I’m getting it, if you don’t like it ????don’t watch. Positive Vibes.’
See pictures and the receipt below.
Nigerian singer, Waje has expressed how she felt when some fans on social media likened her to a DSTV remote control.
According to her, their comments brought her back to the reality of how she really looks after years of being deceived by social media that she looks great.
She said: “I never used to think that I was good looking. I needed validation, so when social media came, it was a no-brainer, great pictures, comments, I felt like I had hit a jackpot.
"Then the bubble burst and I realise that some people follow you just to point out everything wrong with you They hated my performance, I was fat shamed. Someone actually said I looked like a DSTV remote control
“I cried and if you passed outside my hotel room that day, you would think somebody had died. People were wondering what was going on. I screamed...