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Feb 27 (Reuters) - Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri is struggling to impose his style of play on the Turin side and his frustration came out into the open again after a poor performance in their Champions League defeat to Olympique Lyonnais on Wednesday. In comments that could be viewed as refreshingly honest or a risky public criticism of his players, the chain-smoking 61-year-old said that his team were struggling to grasp the concept of passing the ball around quickly -- a style dubbed "Sarri-ball" by his admirers. Hajji’s departure after less than a year in the job was confirmed by CAF, who said he was quitting for personal reasons. He leaves amid much turbulence in the African game. Hajji, a former Moroccan government official and a trained dentist, took over last April from Amr Fahmy, who was fired after submitting evidence to FIFA’s ethics committee of alleged misappropriation of funds by CAF president Ahmad Ahmad. Soon as they scored, no-one was looking at it but I felt for the opposition - it's the same moans and groans as we've had in the past. Media playback is not supported on this device Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says he empathises with West Ham boss David Moyes VAR and handball rule reactionView more on twitterLee Hendrie, former Aston Villa midfielder, on BBC Radio 5 Live: "Unless VAR gets these decisions correct - which in this case I think it has - you can just see the emotion and excitement being taken from the game and all it's doing is making people furious. We’re fuming, livid,” Rice told Sky Sports after the match. Credit to them, they’ve been excellent all season and won the game. I thought we did well, we created chances and missed chances. The goal at the end is a tough one to take because a point on the road here would have been good for us. He’s knocked the ball against my hand. Watford said on Sunday that the decision was made "to ensure the health and safety of all players, staff and officials". On Monday, Gray, 29, said he would "do what it takes to make it right", describing what happened as "a gathering of friends which turned into a sort of football tournament on my birthday". Explaining their omission from the 3-1 home defeat against the Saints, Shakespeare added: "That was a club decision. Wolves, meanwhile,