Chelsea vs. Bayern, a clash of styles

Updated: May 18, 2012, 3:25 PM ET
By Michael Cox | Special to ESPN.com

Even if Chelsea wins the Champions League final Saturday, Roberto Di Matteo might not be the manager next season. The man in the opposite dugout at Munich's Allianz Arena will sympathize; Jupp Heynckes won the Champions League with Real Madrid in 1998, then was promptly sacked for finishing only fourth in La Liga.

Sometimes, in football, it's difficult to understand what constitutes success.

Yet Di Matteo's spell in charge of Chelsea has unquestionably been a success. ...

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