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CHELSEA, Di Matteo: "I cried for our victory. My future? I'm going to enjoy holidays"

20.05.2012 14.00 by Claudio Colla  read 4132
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After his Champions League victory against Bayern Munich, Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo stated: "When Didier Drogba scored our final goal, I didn't know what to think, I just started crying. We're happy to bring the cup to Stamford Bridge, and for having Chelsea play Champions League next year. We've experienced a lot of troubles, with injured and suspended players, but we managed to outdraw our own best. We have to give André Villas-Boas credit for havin started such an outstanding run. My future? I'm going to enjoy holidays with my own family".

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