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Mata hails 'legend' Di Matteo

Juan Mata has been the first Chelsea player to react publicly to Roberto Di Matteo's sacking, hailing him as a "legend".

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Juan Mata: Saddened by sacking of Roberto Di Matteo

Juan Mata: Saddened by sacking of Roberto Di Matteo

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Mata took to social media to wish his sacked manager well after Roman Abramovich dispensed with the Italian's services in the early hours of this morning.

Playmaker Mata posted on Facebook: "It's been a difficult day. Roberto Di Matteo is no longer our manager. I would like to thank him for all this time with us and wish him the best of luck for the future.

"As a player, he has been a legend for the 'Blues'. With him as a manager, we won our first Champions League. He will always be remembered. Good luck Robbie!"

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his is brilliant! All these years of moral ambiguity, grey areas of offence and context..now we have a simple, easy to follow guide to right and wrong. What did you do today? I kicked the face off a panda . Oh well, you didn't rape, kill anyone or abuse a minor, knock yourself champ.

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wonder if he'd feel the same way if he wasn't a white, non-jewish heterosexual male. Because Mackay has basically insulted everyone else!

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heers Harry. I was wondering if he'd murdered anyone

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