- Maurizio Sarri is a football manager whose love for smoking cigarette is top-notched
- He helped Chelsea to win the Europa League title last season beating Arsenal in the final
- Sarri is now said to have confirmed that he takes 60 cigarettes in a day
Maurizio Sarri is one of the most experienced coaches in the world considering his pedigree, style of football and his achievements in coaching.
Last season, the Italian was in charge of Premier League team Chelsea, and in just one term, he helped the Blues to win the Europa League title and qualified them for Champions League.
But during his reign at Chelsea, Premier League fans and pundits saw Maurizio Sarri's love for smoking cigarette.
Sarri never started smoking at Chelsea as the 60-year-old was used to Cigarette while coaching Italian club Napoli.
It was also reported last season that Chelsea chiefs were forced to give Maurizio Sarri a special smoking room at their training ground.
Rumors have been circulated for some time that Sarri gets through an ungodly amount and now the man himself has clarified the number upon his recent switch.
“I smoke 60 a day, which is probably a few too many.
“I don’t particularly feel the need to smoke during games, but straight afterwards it really is necessary. I had back problems tormenting me for weeks, but I feel much better now,'' Sarri said according to Football Italia and reported by Givemesport.
So taking 60 cigarette a day means Sarri consumes 420 every week, 1,825 every month, 21,900 every year.
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