Claudio Ranieri () - The Tinkerman signed Frank Lampard and agreed a deal for Petr Cech before becoming Roman Abramovich's first sacking. Period, Manager, Country, born. 01/07/ - 30/06/, Antonio Conte, Italy, 31/07/ 20/12/ - 30/06/, Guus Hiddink, Netherlands, 08/11/. Roman Abramovich is poised to make Antonio Conte the highest paid manager in Chelsea's history and bankroll a £million summer spend.
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Chelsea Beta Save The Spaniard declared that he would leave his post as interim manager at the end of the season, but did manage to lead Chelsea to a third-place finish in the Premier League as well as a place in the Champions League, before being replaced by a returning Jose Mourinho. Free Mobile App Jobs Financial Services Rewards Events Dating Offers Shop Garden Shop Bookshop Box Office Puzzles Fantasy Football Wine Shop Work at The Telegraph. But that is precisely what Di Matteo did - as well as winning the FA Cup - in what must surely be one of the most sensational first two months of a new job ever. Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Retrieved 4 July Mourinho has won the most domestic titles, whereas Ancelotti led Chelsea to their first league and FA Cup " Double ". Link to this page: More trophies followed but he was eventually sacked in September after a poor start to the season. Cricket England Fixtures Live Scoreboards Formula One Lewis Hamilton Jenson Button Teams Finance. Follow on Twitter Follow Soccerbase. Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page. Next video will start in A silver lining did arrive for Chelsea when they appointed highly respected Dutch coach Guus Hiddink, who also held the post of the manager of the Russian football team, as interim manager for the rest of the season. Share or comment on this article e-mail 5. Ancelotti led Chelsea to their first domestic double in Didier Drogba up front, 50 degree training sessions and big dreams of playing in MLS Tennis Andy Murray Roger Federer ATP Tour Golf European Tour US Tour Tiger Woods Comment.