Roberto Di Matteo Perfect for Montreal Job

 Less than 24 hours after his Chelsea side suffered a one-sided loss to Juventus in the UEFA Champions League last month, coach Roberto Di Matteo found himself unemployed.

Some have questioned where Di Matteo will end up next. He admits he and his family are happy in England. But he could leave. Some have suggested that he will move to Italy. That seems unlikely,  as he has never coached in Italy and coaches generally do not start in Serie A without having proven themselves in the lower ranks of Italian soccer.

Granted, Di Matteo did win the UEFA Champions League, the biggest prize in Europe. But Serie A clubs are looking for coaches who can take a team over a full season and not just a short period.

Di Matteo isn’t likely up for any elite job in Europe.

Thus, perhaps a good way to rebuild his reputation would be in Major League Soccer.

There is one team in the league that has a vacancy and would be a perfect f...

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