Sarri smoking habit is gradually becoming an issue as Bologna technical director issues out lines of advice to the former Chelsea manager.
Maurizio Sarri is well known for his steady smoking habits and this has been rumored to be connected to his recent illness that had him leave the pitch for some days while undergoing treatment.
The Old Lady manager was diagnosed of pneumonia but has managed to recover after series of treatments, but this didn’t reduce his smoking rate and Walter Sabatini thinks smoking is something Sarri should reduce.
In an interview, Sabatini talked to reporters about smoking and also his old habits of it and also issued out some candid advice to Sarri.
”I am a party animal,” Sabatini said. “I get along well with my people, always ready to fuck because football has a fun side.
“When you lose, when you lose there is nothing funny. But football is not drama. My visits have changed, my restaurants have changed, my whole life has changed. idea of cigarettes, then I dissolve the session, get up and leave.”
” I don’t understand how a ds cannot smoke. Can there be a sports director who does not smoke? Or a coach? A few days ago I called Sarri. I told him: “I don’t tell you to stop smoking, I can’t really tell you, but it slows down,” I told him:”don’t affect your whole future life.”
“He replied: “I don’t know, I also stopped having coffee because I can’t smoke my cigarette.”
Sabatini went on to share of his very own smoking habits and said, “I smoked more cigarettes than Nainggolan or all the others. I spent the night on the phone with the Cagliari sports director, with Cellino on the other side breaking the deal, but I felt he wanted to do it.”
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“It ended at five in the morning, it was hard and smokey. The most painful cigarette was the one during Lazio-Roma derby of the Coppa Italia at the Olimpico. I thought I’d die, if I didn’t have cigarettes I’d really be dead. “