Chelsea captain Terry hoping Di Matteo stays

Chelsea skipper John Terry hopes Roberto di Matteo is given the manager's job full-time after winning the Champions League.

Chelsea skipper John Terry hopes Roberto di Matteo is given the manager's job full-time after winning the Champions League.

Chelsea celebrated with fans yesterday in an open top bus parade through West London.

Asked about the future of caretaker manager Di Matteo, who is far from guaranteed the job on a permanent basis, Terry said: "It's a club decision, but his CV looks incredible. He deserves it as much as anyone does because he took over at a difficult time for us and he's guided us and made us get to where we've got.

"It's up to the club to speak to him about but he's been brilliant."

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