Roberto Di Matteo sacked by Aston Villa
Roberto Di Matteo has been officially sacked by Aston Villa after a nightmare start to their first season in the Championship.
The former Chelsea and Schalke boss signed a two-year deal in the summer and was tasked with guiding the Villans back to the top flight of English football in that time.
However, after a nightmare start that sees Villa lying in 19th place, Di Matteo has been relieved of his duties by Aston Villa owner Dr Tony Xia.
Xia’s patience was tested by a run of awful results and he needed an impressive display against Preston to save his job.
But his team put in their worst... read more
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