Roberto Di Matteo is still being paid £130,000 per week by Chelsea, one year after being sacked by Roman Abramovich. The astonishing revelation was brought to light by The Daily Mail‘s reporter Neil Ashton. He wrote: “The Italian was...Show More Summary
No wonder Roberto Di Matteo is not rushing back into the job market. According to the Daily Mail, the Italian is still being paid £130,000-a-week by Chelsea—despite being sacked by the Premier League club 12 months ago. The financial...Show More Summary
Roberto Di Matteo and Dan Petrescu are in the running to take over from Martin Jol as manager of Fulham, if you are to believe what The Daily Mail newspaper is reporting tonight. The Mail is the first out of the starting blocks … Continue reading ? Fulham Eye Roberto Di Matteo And Dan Petrescu to Replace Martin Jol: Nightly Soccer Report is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Despite sources in Italy saying that Roberto Di Matteo may not be interested in the Sunderland job, Sunderland’s Director of Football Roberto De Fanti is recommending Di Matteo for the manager position, but Ellis Short and the Sunderland...Show More Summary
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines: Premier League Arsenal’s injured Theo Walcott could miss England World Cup qualifiers that will decide their fate — Mirror Roberto Di Matteo and Gus Poyet look set to spurn Sunderland —...Show More Summary
Former Chelsea favourite Roberto Di Matteo is the front-runner for the vacant Sunderland job after Paolo Di Canio reportedly had his bluff called by his own players following Saturday’s defeat to West Brom. Di Matteo, who the Champions League during his last full season at Stamford Bridge, is 2/5 with SkyBet to replace his countryman, [...]
Respected Sky Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio has come out with some news that will unlikely surprise anyone in English football, this Sunday evening. Paolo Di Canio is set to be given the sack at Sunderland within the next 24 hours and could well be replaced by fellow Italian Roberto Di Matteo...
It seems Chelsea enjoy treading on dangerous ground. Last season saw Roman Abramovich fire club legend Roberto Di Matteo as manager, only to replace the man who won the Champions League six months earlier with Rafa Benitez. We all know...Show More Summary
He flew out of the traps; within four minutes he'd set up Karim Benzema, the French forward lofting the ball wide. Three minutes later he was the first to test Roberto in the Granada goal and then, in the tenth minute, it was no surprise...Show More Summary
Granada XI: Roberto; Diakhaté, Mainz, Angulo, Nyom; Iturra, Yebda; Piti, Brahimi, Benítez y El-Arabi. Real Madrid XI: Diego López, Arbeloa, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo, Modric, Isco, Özil, Di María, Cristiano Ronaldo y Benzema.
The 2012-13 UEFA Champions League season was one of the most enthralling in recent seasons. Holders Chelsea fell at the group stage. costing Roberto Di Matteo his job in the process. Controversy came at Old Trafford as Manchester United...Show More Summary
Almost a year ago, Chelsea were taken apart by Atletico Madrid in the European Super Cup. Bearing in mind it was Roberto Di Matteo's first chance to win a trophy as permanent manager of the Blues, it was a big deal. No doubt, everybody knew the Spanish side were capable, but none expected them to deliver the 4-1 thrashing they handed Chelsea. Show More Summary
The 2012-13 campaign was an interesting one for Chelsea supporters. Certainly the Champions League failure, Europa League success, displeasure at the interim appointment of Rafa Benitez/sacking of Roberto Di Matteo, third-placed finish and rumours—and eventual homecoming—of Jose Mourinho took much of the column inches in newspapers and on websites. Show More Summary
Jose Mourinho may not want to follow in the footsteps of Roberto Di Matteo in his second stint with Chelsea, but he will need to replicate his early-season success to compete for an EPL title. In the Blues' last campaign, Di Matteo led the club to an impressive start in the first two months of the EPL schedule. Show More Summary
After six months of service, a Europa League trophy, a place in the Champions League and better win percentages than Roberto Di Matteo, Andres Villas-Boas and Luiz Felipe Scolari, Rafa Benitez has reached the end of his Chelsea contract. Show More Summary
Rafa Benitez has had a tough old time as manager of Chelsea FC. Hired as an interim manager after the sacking of Roberto Di Matteo, Benitez has struggled to get the fans off his back. After winning the Europa League and securing 3rd spot, it appears some Chelsea fans have had a change of heart. [...]
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini favourite to take over after Italian fails to achieve 'stated targets' First Post Bill Mann LAST UPDATED AT 07:55 ON Tue 14 May 2013 IT'S A HARD life being a football manager. In November Roberto Di Matteo...Show More Summary
Designed in 1968 by Italian architect and designer Roberto Menghi, the Globo di Luce Pendant ($1,355) is as captivating as it was 40 years ago. Blown glass defines the globe's shape, a transparent cable gives it the appearance of floating mid air, and its copper finish gives off a rich, warm light. Show More Summary
To say that Chelsea fans were unhappy when former player and Champions League winning manager Roberto Di Matteo was replaced by Liverpool legend Rafa Benitez would be downplaying the raw, emotional pain of betrayal that ripped through the Stamford Bridge faithful in November 2012. Show More Summary
It is less than 12 months since Roberto Di Matteo's Chelsea side won the Champions League title in Munich, yet the discussion has already turned to Premier League underperformance in Europe's elite club competition. Two of the English...Show More Summary