Roberto Di Matteo

Like the current extended summer we've experienced in the UK, the fate of Premier League managers appears to be undergoing a similar process. Any day now the temperature is sure to drop ten degrees and the first managerial departure is expected to arrive with it.
Vincent Tan has finally handed Malky Mackay his P45, and it is likely the Scot's replacement will be installed before the
Who can be trusted by an English top flight team once again despite their previous failures in the Premier League? The following managers are currently clubless and it could be argued that they deserve another chance to be successful in the Premier League.
It is expected Sunderland will have replaced Paolo di Canio before the weekend, but early murmurs suggest a couple of the
After a rollercoaster six months, Ellis Short has - rightly or wrongly - decided the Italian was too close to veering off the tracks, and what's needed is a new man to steer things in a far more upwardly direction. While there's still debate to be had over Short's decision, the question now moves from 'what?' or 'why?' to 'who?' Here's a look at some of the realistic - and not so realistic - candidates
It was an unlucky 13 for Paolo di Canio, who lasted just that many games before Sunderland's board sacked the Italian on
Outgoing interim manager Rafael Benitez may have led Chelsea to Europa League glory and a top-three finish in the Premier League this season - but suggestions the Spaniard has had a successful reign at Stamford Bridge are wide of the mark.
Paolo di Canio has emerged as the favourite to succeed the sacked Brian McDermott at Reading, with just nine games left for
A lot is said about the much publicized circus, that Chelsea seems to have become. Negative press has become as regular as Ashley Cole's one night stands. This severe fall from grace would have been unthinkable back in May when Didier Drogba and the bus that was parked behind him won the most treasured prize in European Football, the Champions League.
Sir Alex Ferguson has questioned Chelsea's contrition after Mark Clattenburg was cleared of racially abusing John Obi Mikel
CARLO ANCELOTTI £6M LUIZ FELIPE SCOLARI £12.6M Roberto di Matteo was the eighth manager to depart Chelsea in the Roman Abramovich
Boudewijn Zenden has rejoined Chelsea as the club's assistant manager to new interim coach Rafael Benítez. The Dutchman, who
Roberto di Matteo's Wednesday morning sacking by Chelsea came without confirmation So And So would take charge of the weekend's
Rafael Benítez has been confirmed as Chelsea's new interim manager after Roberto di Matteo was sacked on Wednesday morning
Rafael Benítez is flying into London from Abu Dhabi to hold talks about replacing Roberto di Matteo as the new Chelsea manager
Chelsea's decision to sack Roberto Di Matteo is callous but their decision to appoint him was rash. Since the start of this season his position has been fragile, he always looked like an interim manager and it never felt conclusive that he'd taken the role on a full-time basis.
As the chant promised, Roberto di Matteo has been sacked in the morning and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich must now decide
Fernando Torres is to Chelsea managers what oranges are to victims in The Godfather films. The presence of the fruit throughout
Roberto di Matteo has been sacked as Chelsea manager less than 24 hours after their Champions League defeat to Juventus. Twenty