Daily Mail: Sarri missed team trip to Holocaust memorial due to feeling unwell
- The 23-strong squad, along with the staff, made the visit to Boston.
- The manager, however, was told to remain in the hotel due to an upset stomach.
- He will be ready for tonight's game.
Daily Mail reported that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri was not able to accompany the team in their trip to the Holocaust Memorial in Boston due to being unwell.
The Italian manager took a 23-strong squad to the United States for the Final Whistle on Hate friendly game against New England Revolution.
However, he had to miss the team trip to the memorial due to an upset stomach.
The team doctor advised Sarri against leaving the hotel.
He is feeling better now, though, and will be ready to manage the team in tonight's game.
Sarri has expressed his mixed emotions concerning the Blues' trip to the United States two weeks before the Europa League final. Our competitors, Arsenal, are already focused solely on the game which will take place on 29 May in Baku.
"It's a double feeling," Sarri said on Tuesday. "I'm happy because we go there for a good reason. As a coach, I am worried because we are tired and need to rest."
Before some say Maurizio Sarri has done a great job finishing 3rd think about this! We finished the season 25 points behind Liverpool in 2nd. We also gained 6 points from our last 5 games & scored 5 goals away from home in 2019. Also poor performances & embarrassing results. 🤷🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/wcRiaonYwO— Chris Wright 🏴 (@chriswrightzz) 13 May 2019