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No Manager Decision Made Yet, Say Chelsea

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Interim first team coach Roberto di Matteo seems to have rather polarised Chelsea fans of late. He's won us the FA Cup (beating Birmingham, Leicester, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool to do so) and taken us as far into the Champions League as we've ever been, but his league performances have been disappointing and the Blues are set for their worst Premier League finish in recent history.

But, love him or hate him, no decision has been made just yet:

Robbie knew the situation in March, he knew we wanted to get to the end of the season and we've been very consistent with that. Robbie knows the situation and we'll sit down at the end of the season.

-Chelsea Chief Executive Ron Gourlay. Source: ESPN Soccernet.

I tend to only write stuff up like this when I feel like I have something meaningful to add to the discussion, but hey, I'm sick of shouldering the load on this: What do you guys think? Should di Matteo stay or go? Answer in the poll and the comments!

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