Roberto Di Matteo

29 May 1970 (Age 43)
Schaffhausen (Switzerland)
Previous Teams (Manager): 
MK Dons, West Brom, Chelsea
Previous Teams (Player): 
Schaffhausen, Zürich, Aarau, Lazio, Chelsea
Champions League (2012), FA Cup (2012)
Manager of the Month Awards: 
Premier League (Sept 2010); League One (Nov 2008, April 2009)
Championship (West Brom 2009-10)
League One (MK Dons 2008-09)
Football manager Roberto Di Matteo

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