Sarri did not trust his players, says Pjanic

Although Sarri brought the league title for Juventus, he was sacked by the club and was replaced by Pirlo
Sarri did not trust his players, says Pjanic

Sarri left Chelsea to join Juventus. Expectations were high for the Italian coach of Juventus but apparently he did not reach the aims set by the board. He was sacked after winning the title in his first year and was replaced by the inexperienced Pirlo. Pjanic says Sarri did not trust his players and had doubts about their professionalism. 
Pjanic also followed Sarri and left the club for Barcelona. He could make his El Classico debut today. 

“What I still regret now is that Sarri did not trust the players, which concerned me,” Pjanic told Tuttosport.

“It is a shame when you evaluate people wrong; every player in that dressing room always gave and will always give their best for the club and for the team.

“You might not get along with one or two players, but this would never affect their commitment because every player wants to win. They are incredible professionals who want to pursue their goal.

“Well, if the coach questions this, then that spark which the president talks about doesn’t happen. Nobody doubts Sarri’s qualities as a coach, but there was that problem.

“In the end, though, we took home another Scudetto which is never something to be taken for granted.”