Roberto Di Matteo is a Champions League winning manager who has previously been in charge of Chelsea, West Brom and MK Dons. In March 2013 the Italian was placed in caretaker charge of Chelsea until the end of the season following the departure of Andre Villas-Boas. He had a simply stunning impact, winning both the FA Cup and Champions League, and as a result landed the job on a permanent basis. However, in November that year he was dismissed following a few poor results - with the ruthless nature of owner Roman Abramovich once again shining through.
He has since been linked with a number of clubs, including Leeds United.
Di Matteo began his managerial career at MK Dons in July 2008. In his very first season he impressively guided them to a third place finish in League One but lost out in the play-offs to Scunthorpe.
The Italian was then swayed by a move to Championshop side West Brom with whom he guided to automatic promotion to the Premier League at the end of the 2009/10 season. Despite a bright start to the following season the club's formed dipped during the Christmas period, which led to Di Matteo being sacked at the start of February.
Di Matteo was linked to a number of clubs during the summer but decided to join Chelsea as Andre Villas-Boas' assistant manager. In March 2012 he was appointed interim manager until the end of the season after AVB was sacked. Di Matteo led Chelsea to a spectacular Champions League and FA Cup double.