The new Juventus coach, Maurizio Sarri said, is addicted to smoking cigarettes.
“I smoke 60 a day, which is probably a few too many,” confessed Sarri. He was often spotted chewing cigarette filters on the touchline during his Chelsea career.
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“I don’t particularly feel the need to smoke during games, but straight afterwards it is necessary.
I had back problems tormenting me for weeks, but I feel much better now.”
The former Chelsea manager who just end his contract with the Blues after winning the Europa League title and qualifying them for the Champions League next season has just signed a new deal with Juventus.