#1 Keller did manage to lead Schalke into the Champions von wh3171 04.11.2019 04:32

Gelsenkirchen, Germany (SportsNetwork. Womens Nike Air Max 2018 .com) - Schalke has appointed Roberto Di Matteo as the new manager of the club after relieving Jens Keller of his duties as Schalke boss. Di Matteo guided Chelsea to the Champions League title during his brief spell at Stamford Bridge in 2012, but has been out of the game since he was sacked early in the 2012-13 Premier League season. Keller leaves Schalke after just two years in charge as he has failed to get the most out of the team so far this season. Schalke currently sits 11th in the Bundesliga table, three points from the relegation places, while the club was also bounced from the DFB-Pokal Cup in the first round. Saturdays 2-1 defeat to Hoffenheim was the final match for Keller, whose team has managed only two wins from seven league games to this point. Despite the slow start, Keller did manage to lead Schalke into the Champions League in each of his two seasons since replacing Huub Stevens. 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