Chelsea’s new interim manager Roberto Di Matteo has no regrets for accepting the job after his former commander Andres Villas-Boas left the club.
According to the Italian, he fully deserved to get the job and he worked just as hard during the Villas-Boas period as he does now despite the change Chelsea seems to have made in attitude.
“I did not conspire against him and all the decisions we took, we took together.
“I have always behaved with the utmost professionalism and loyalty towards the club, the staff, the team and fans.”
“He is a great manager and a great person, and I will always respect him a lot.
“But I did not hesitate when I was offered this chance.
“I deserve my new role.
“How can you hesitate when you have the opportunity to manage one of the most important football clubs in the world?
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