Mourinho, Hasselbaink and Zola: Five caretaker bosses should Sarri be sacked

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CHELSEA fans have turned on Maurizio Sarri after yet another disappointing day at the office.

Supporters chanted "f*** Sarri-ball" and "you're getting sacked in the morning" during the 2-0 FA Cup defeat at home to Manchester United.

Mourinho, Hasselbaink and Zola: Five caretaker bosses should Sarri be sackedPA:Press Association6 Sarri now looks set to be sacked by Chelsea in the coming weeks

With Sarri seemingly a goner and Zinedine Zidane the overwhelming favourite to take over in the summer, we take a look at who will take charge in the short-term.

We've picked out five of the most likely suspects to become caretaker boss – with Stamford Bridge chiefs hopeful any candidate can be there own Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Norwegian has totally transformed Manchester United's season – and Chelsea could certainly use a shot in the arm right now.

JOSE MOURINHO
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Mourinho's relationship with Blues fans can be called a lot of things – but above all, it's a real love-hate affair.

The sacked Man Utd boss has won three Premier League title at Stamford Bridge across his two previous stints.

While his style of football is somewhat antiquated, he might be just the sort of in-your-face character Chelsea's stars desperately need.

Mourinho has reportedly been fielding offers since being given the boot at Old Trafford – but how about an emotional reunion?

JIMMY-FLOYD HASSELBAINK
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SOLSKJAER has proven at United that a former player – and a striker at that – can bring the sort of passion needed to turn around a season.

The Norwegian had enjoyed stints as manager of Cardiff and Molde, with Hasselbaink equally inexperienced.

The former Holland international has managed Royal Antwerp, Burton, QPR and Northampton  – with Chelsea a clear step up.

But with an obvious love for the Blues and some coaching experience under his belt, he could be worth a shot.

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