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Troubled Aston Villa sack Di Matteo

London (AFP) – Roberto Di Matteo was sacked by Aston Villa on Monday after just 12 matches in charge of the troubled Championship club. Di Matteo was hired by Villa’s new Chinese owner Tony Xia in June and the former Chelsea boss was expected to lead his side into the Premier League. Villa are playing in the second tier for the first time since 1988 following last season’s relegation, but they have struggled to show any improvement under Di Matteo despite splashing out on several expensive new signings.
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