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Submitted by no_more_heroes 878d ago | news

Andre Villas-Boas unsurprised by sacking of Roberto di Matteo

SkySports:

Former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas says he is not surprised Roberto di Matteo was sacked by the club. (André Vilas Boas, Chelsea, English Premier League, Roberto Di Matteo)

Gamer1982  +   878d ago
Well DUH!
Golden_Dive  +   878d ago
Just another day...
imtiyaz6  +   877d ago
Well, no one is
silvacrest  +   877d ago
to be honest, i thought robby would have a little more time considering what he did for the club
badz149  +   877d ago
AVB got it soft from Roman last year
he screwed up very badly and wasn't sacked until things gone really bad but RDM got the boot way too soon and for still not screwing up so much!
karim  +   877d ago
Meh, AVB had his change, he was dog shit..RDM was unfairly sacked.
momthemeatloaf  +   877d ago
Whoever idea it was to loan out Essien and Lukaku are the real idiots
PaPa-Slam  +   877d ago
I don't think any one was, pretty much saw this coming. Though this wasn't a fair sacking.

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