Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has commented on the chants of "F*ck Sarriball" and "Bring back Jose Mourinho" that could be heard during the Blues' 2-0 FA Cup defeat to Manchester United on Monday.
The Italian tactician is coming under more and more pressure after being dumped out of the cup and dropping to sixth place in the Premier League.
With Chelsea having already lost five games in 2019, many of the London club's supporters are seemingly starting to turn against their manager – with there being clear chants of "F*ck Sarriball" and "Bring back Jose Mourinho" at Stamford bridge on Monday night – but the 60-year-old has insisted he is more worried about results than the fans' chants.
"No, but there's a first time for everything," he said when asked if he had been subjected to such aggressive chants before, as quoted by the Metro.
"I am worried about the results, not about the fans.
"Of course, I can understand the situation, I can understand our fans because the result wasn't really good. We are out of the FA Cup, so I can understand very well our fans.
"But I am worried at the moment about our results."
Despite Chelsea's poor run of form of late, Sarri also insisted he is not worried about losing his job.
"No (I'm not concerned)," he added.
"I was worried when I was in League Two in Italy, not now."
Chelsea will face Malmo in the second leg of their UEFA Europa League round of 32 tie on Thursday, before taking on Manchester City in the League Cup final on Sunday.
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