Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho before the match Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
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Maurizio Sarri's unveiling as Chelsea's new manager Wednesday will have Premier League's top brass rubbing their hands in glee, with the Italian joining a gaggle of English-based coaches who champion the virtues of attacking football.Sarri's views on how the game should be played – where forward-thinking football is often prioritized over the art of defending – are also shared by a host of current Premier League managers.Guardiola fashioned one of, if not the best, teams in Premier League history last season that relied almost exclusively on possession-based and attacking football.With Sarri aligning himself with Guardiola, Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino as the Premier League's emblems of new-wave football, the pressure will be ratcheted up on Mourinho to conform.
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