Oct. 29, 2011 is the type of day that isn't easily forgotten. Eight goals has a tendency to do that. So much has changed since then. Chelsea have changed managers (Roberto di Matteo calls the shots now, something Andre Villas-Boas, the 33-year-old Portuguese wonder-boy tactician and supposed heir apparent to Jose Mourinho as the next managerial master, was doing back in October), and they have changed formations.
The new Chelsea manager says that he did not stab his former boss in the back when he was the assistant manager at Stamford Bridge in the English Premier League... Roberto Di Matteo has come out and said that he did not conspire aga... Read Post
As we all know, Andre Villas Boas is no longer the manager at Chelsea Football Club, and the club's interim manager, Roberto Di Matteo, has done a tremendous job turning this season into one with a positive ending. Andre Villas Boas... Read Post