Roberto Di Matteo is the first manager in the history of the club to win the UEFA Champions League with his team, Chelsea.
Managers are listed below.
|Name||Roberto Di Matteo|
|From||4 March 2012|
|To||21 November 2012|
Who was Chelsea manager when they won Champions League in 2012?
In the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final, Di Matteo lead Chelsea to victory over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, an achievement that was accomplished on May 19, 2012. Despite extra time, the game finished in a 1–1 draw, with Chelsea emerging winners in the penalty shootout.
Who was Chelsea manager in Champions League Final 2008?
At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were held to a 1–1 draw by Rosenborg in their opening encounter of the group. Chelsea’s manager, José Mourinho, resigned from his position on mutual consent two days later, and was replaced by Avram Grant, a former Israel national team coach, as the club’s director of football.
Who was Chelsea manager in 2016?
Chelsea confirmed on April 4th that Antonio Conte will take over as the club’s first team head coach at the start of the 2016–17 season.
Who won UCL 2010?
The match was won by Inter Milan, who defeated Bayern Munich 2–0 to clinch the triple, a feat that had never been accomplished previously by any side from either Italy or Germany before.
Who was Chelsea captain in 2012?
Despite winning the league in 2012, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has made an open admission about his first Champions League campaign with the club. The Blues were eliminated in the group stage after winning the competition the previous season.
Who is Chelsea captain?
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has spoken about the scenario surrounding Romelu Lukaku’s transfer to the club from Liverpool. 4