You wait for one, and then two come at the same time. That was the case with this weeks sacking of the first two Premier League managers of the season. Having accumulated just four points in twelve games, and after spending £18m in the summer transfer market, QPR’s Mark Hughes was always going to be 

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Earlier today, while at school, I was informed of the sacking of Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo and my first feeling was one of bemusement. Bemused at the fact that the man who had led Chelsea to their first Champions League trophy and to an FA Cup all within two months had been sacked after 

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