YOU’RE ONLY as good as your manager allows you to be. That should sum up the Jorginho story in his two seasons at Chelsea. Last year, Jorginho was less than popular with the Stamford Bridge regulars – he was seen as representative of the so-called “Sarri ball” philosophy of uncomfortable manager Maurizio Sarri. He moved to London from Napoli with Sarri and was, naturally, linked to the gaffer. Given Sarri never won the fans over, it was perhaps understandable that his protégé also struggled. The Daily Telegraph’s Ben Findon said Jorginho was the man of a thousand sideways passes – in fact, he made 3,119 passes but very few goalscoring chances. When Sarri left Chelsea, it was widely anticipated that Jorginho, who worked with…