Wikipedia shows Kepa Arrizabalaga as new Chelsea manager

Fans played a prank on a Wikipedia page of Chelsea managers and changed their latest manager's name to the Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga protests after he is called to be substituted. (Source: Reuters)
After Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga openly defied his manager Maurizio Sarri and refused to be substituted during the League Cup final against Manchester City on Sunday, fans played a prank on the Premier League club’s manager list on wikipedia page and changed their new manager’s name to the Spanish goalkeeper.
Watching Kepa struggle with cramp, and with a penalty shootout looming to settle the League Cup final, Sarri summoned a substitute from the bench. In one of the strangest incidents in in a Wembley final, Kepa refused to obey Sarri for substitution for the penalties.
The world’s most expensive goalkeeper gestured to Sarri he was ready to face penalties with the showpiece locked at 0-0 and extra time about to end.