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Di Matteo Returning Soon!

Di Matteo Returning Soon!

In recent weeks, as the bitching continues about the removal from office of Roberto Di Matteo, one question seems to be more prevalent than others.

Several punters have queried why, if Roberto is such a good manager then why hasn`t he found another job yet?

It is a god question!

My theory is that Roberto, on the back of what happened is in no rush to return to management and is taking something akin to a break to recharge his batteries and spend some of that pay-off he probably received.

However, if on Sunday newspaper, the Sunday Express, is correct, then Roberto could soon be a familiar face on the touchline, this time at Schalke, next season.

Hopefully, the rumours are true because football needs nice guys like Roberto does it not?



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Writer:Merlin
Date:Sunday February 10 2013
Time: 10:57AM

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MQ hasn't started trolling on this article?Amazing.
cfc250
10/02/2013 11:23:00
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Oh yes another Pep in the making charging the cells to take one of the biggest club.club like psg, real madrid ac milan, are on the watch.thanx for that editor.
mzee69
10/02/2013 11:48:00
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Let's hope he doesn't stab any other manager(AVB) in the back and take their job.
THEBREEZE
10/02/2013 12:04:00
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Some comments are just laughable........ Shalke is a good club with some nice players, if rdm gets the job I hope he is given the backing he needs to suceed there, I would place a bet on him winning over there..
Desmondadonis
10/02/2013 12:18:00
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Him vs Guardiola round 2 then?
CalculatedKalou
10/02/2013 12:34:00
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@ He didn't get any payoff just like AVB , he his still on our payroll till he gets a new job. That could explain why he is no rush to get a new job because his salary with us might not be easily match. I wish him good luck.
jollyheart Torres
10/02/2013 13:08:00
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There are certain clauses in contracts that we have no definite idea about. Under the terms of a three-year deal Ancelotti penned in 2009,he was not allowed to work for another Premier League club within 12 months of leaving Stamford Bridge. He spent 8 months out of a job after his sack in May. He wanted to coach a premier League club but the clause in his contract meant,it would be a bridge of contract and a £6m loss. So he went for a ligue 1 side in Dec. Of all our managers sacked,Robbie seems to be the only manager on the lowest pay off; CLAUDIO RANIERI £2M JOSÉ MOURINHO £20M AVRAM GRANT £3M LUIZ FELIPE SCOLARI £12.6M CARLO ANCELOTTI £6M ANDRÉ VILLAS-BOAS £13.3M ROBERTO DI MATTEO £2.5M Even so, how many of our managers sacked during the season got a job almost immediately. Jose had to wait till the summer,Scolari waited till june to sign for a club in Uzbekistan,AVB waited till the summer to take charge of Spurs. So there's obviously no rush at all for Robbie.
nelyvanile
10/02/2013 14:03:00
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Goodluck to him if he gets the job
Ken4CFC
10/02/2013 14:16:00
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I suspect DiMatteo is still on Chelsea's payroll. The strategy is that if he joins another club, that club will have to compensate Chelsea for the remainder of his contract just like in Villas Boas' case.
Blue Day
10/02/2013 22:23:00
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RDM will take his time on this decision. He took the permanent position with us using his heart rather than his head and i can understand that knowing his love for Chelsea but i think he has learnt his lesson. No point taking a Job where the owner appoints you only as a last resort rather than because he actually wants you, trusts you and is willing to give you the time and resources to have a decent chance to succeed. All the best RDM, i wish you well and as Uncle Merl says i really like to see nice guys like you and Carlo win.
GabeU
11/02/2013 02:21:00
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I wouldn't hold my breathe....
@Mq
11/02/2013 06:49:00
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RDM at Bundesliga...I like it, he will crush Pep's dreams at Bayern...
Gian-Franco/Luca
11/02/2013 07:50:00
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all the best di matteo.. wherever u r...
ChampionBlue
11/02/2013 08:24:00
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Whatever.
traykidd
11/02/2013 20:18:00
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good luck robbie ..
JackSufre
12/02/2013 13:16:00
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Wish him well in another job
Kendemsblue
13/02/2013 10:08:00
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