Jon Moss must keep up with play even with VAR as Raheem Sterling's week gets even better

The Frenchman has paid the price because he could not control a powerful dressing room at the King Power.

Some of them are still living off the title win and Puel did not have a prayer of winning some of them over.

The next man will need to be super strong to sort that lot out.

JON MOSS is not fit to referee.

Just because he had the insurance policy of VAR in the Carabao Cup final, there were times when he could barely keep up with the game.

He was nowhere near the action when Eden Hazard was ruled offside after Ruben Loftus-Cheek put him through. These key decisions are costly.

The performance of referees is under huge scrutiny again and Moss would do the game a big favour by getting himself into shape.

RAHEEM STERLING’S got his finger on the pulse.

His humorous social media post after his winning penalty showed a Chelsea fan behind the goal flicking the two fingers as he sent Kepa the wrong way.

Sterling has had a brilliant week after scoring the winner against Schalke in the final minute and following it up with Sunday’s decisive spot kick.

Good for him.

CLAUDIO RANIERI did well to talk Fulham into giving him the job.

They are stuck on 17 points and are heading for relegation under a manager who somehow steered Leicester to be title just over two years ago.

Ranieri has done nothing to suggest he can keep Fulham in the Premier League, but he could make a late start with a win at fellow strugglers Southampton on Wednesday.

As a basement battle, it is one of the biggest of the season.

KEPA ARRIZABALAGA’S complete lack of respect for Maurizio Sarri shows just how little respect there is for him.

The Chelsea keeper should lose his place on Wednesday against Tottenham after so contemptuously ignoring Sarri’s order to come off.

That will be one of the final acts before Chelsea get shot of yet another head coach.

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