roberto DI MATTEO lifted the FA Cup and seemed to strengthen his grip on the Chelsea manager's job.
The affable Italian is reluctant to comment on his position, but since taking over on an interim basis the Stamford Bridge side have enjoyed some notable success.
Kenny Dalglish is not quite so comfortable. His position at Liverpool already seemed before Saturday's FA Cup final defeat, and it feel even less secure now. The £100m investment in overhauling an ailing Anfield side has yielded only the Carling Cup, and the arguments over the wisdom of spending £35m of that cash on Andy Carroll took another twist when Dalglish elected to leave him out of his starting XI at Wembley, only to see the striker turn the final on its head when he was eventually thrown into the action.
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