Words cannot describe how much I am raging at the moment.
Chelsea legend and Champion’s League winning manager, Roberto Di Matteo has just been sacked by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
This is horrendous.
Having made history earlier in the year after bringing the team back from the brink and winning not one, but two trophies, he has lasted less than nine months in the job.
Sure, the team has been in a poor run of form of late, but to fire him so brazenly at the first oppertunity is completely disrespectful. True, Abramovich didn’t want to give RDM the job, but he earned in the most difficult manner possible and dealt with the speculation and media blitz with dignity.
This was an awful, awful decision and the most undeserved sacking in recent memory (more so even than the removal of Carlo Ancelotti).
To do this to a loyal (and successful!) servant of the club is a terrible mistake and if he brings in Rafa Benitez (please God no!) then I am done with football.
I would like to take this moment to thank RDM for all the great work he has done with and for the club and wish him every best for the future.