Sacking our Champions League-winning coach makes perfect sense

Let’s be under no illusion here. Roman Abramovich was spot on in sacking Roberto Di Matteo. No question. Di Matteo wasn’t delivering the results Roman craved, and he had to go, it’s really very simple.

Chelsea’s performance in Turin was embarrassingly bad. Not only have we conceded 3 goals away from home in a vital game, but we are now on the brink of Champions League exit, and with only one game to save ourselves, we might not go through.… Read More