Look who's back....
Sky Sports pundits and writers give their verdicts on what has been the most remarkable of weeks for Chelsea, Roberto Di Matteo and Rafael Benitez. It's safe to say no definitive conclusion has been drawn on whether the Spaniard is the right man to bring stability to Stamford Bridge...
Last Updated: 23/11/12 9:19am
A Bridge too far
If the likes of Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti and Luiz Felipe Scolari - some of the best managers in the world - don't fit the bill, then who does? And if Rafael Benitez is keeping the seat warm for Pep Guardiola, does the former Barcelona boss really want to come to a club that operates such a revolving door policy? Jeff Stelling asks some pertinent questions here.
In his own words
From Rafa's Rant to priests on sugar mountains, Mr Benitez is always good for a verbal soundbite/grenade. In the past he's never been afraid to duke it out with Sir Alex and co, so expect pressers at Stamford Bridge to be decent value between now and the season's close. Click here to remind yourself of some of his famous verbal volleys.
See what the Soccer Special experts made of Benitez's return to the Premier League as Phil Thompson, Charlie Nicholas, Tony Cottee and Paul Walsh all deliver their verdicts on what has transpired at Stamford Bridge over the past few days. For a range of different perspectives on the biggest story of the season so far click here.
Rafa's hopeless task
Getting Fernando Torres scoring is a task that has already eluded three Chelsea managers already. Benitez is the latest man charged with making it happen. Despite the success they have enjoyed in the past, Adam Bate fears a time machine will be required to get the job done. Read the full article here.
A Blue day?
Rich Kitto looks back on what was a remarkable day at Stamford Bridge and asks the obvious question: Were Chelsea were right to sack the Italian and appoint the former Liverpool boss to rescue their season. Read what he had to say by clicking here.