Sarri could not say how long it would take players to adjust to his methods.
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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said he only wanted players "with a very high level of motivation" amid continuing uncertainty about the future of several members of his new team.Sarri admitted there was "a little difference, maybe a lot" between the two teams at Wembley, but said he had little time to work with the players, many of whom were given extended holiday after the World Cup in Russia.However, with Chelsea's first game at Huddersfield only a week away, he admitted he could not say how long it would take for the players to adjust to his methods.
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