Petr Cech claims Roberto Di Matteo will 'always be a huge part of the history' of Chelsea despite being axed.
Sir Alex Ferguson has said Rafael Benitez is very lucky to have landed the Chelsea job.
Rafael Benitez's first game in charge at Chelsea is against champions Manchester City on Sunday, and City manager Roberto Mancini says he has sympathy for Di Matteo.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has already taken a swipe at Rafa Benitez after he took charge of Chelsea.
Di Matteo out, Benitez in... The FF Show panel reflect on a dramatic week at Stamford Bridge.
Harry Redknapp believes Rafa Benitez will win over Chelsea fans if he steers them to victory over Manchester City.
George Boateng, Sam Allardyce and Mark Arthur react to the arrival of Rafael Benitez at Stamford Bridge and they discuss Roberto Di Matteo's dismissal.
Rafael Benitez says the opportunity to manage Chelsea was one he could not refuse.
Rafa Benitez has vowed to win over Chelsea fans after the news of his appointment was met with a hostile reaction.
New Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez insists that he can handle the pressure of managing in England.
Sammy Lee was Rafael Benitez's assistant during his time at Liverpool - he thinks he is well equipped to handle the job at Stamford Bridge.
Are Chelsea an unmanageable club? Rafa Benitez is about to find out, says Jeff Stelling.
Chelsea interim boss Rafa Benitez will ignore any fans' protests and focus solely on winning his first game in charge.
Can Rafael Benitez really be expected to get Fernando Torres back to his best at Chelsea?
Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata believes compatriot Rafa Benitez will be a hit at Stamford Bridge.
New Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez has appointed Boudewijn Zenden to his coaching staff.
From Rafa's Rant to priests on sugar mountains, Mr Benitez is always good for a verbal soundbite.
Rich Kitto asks if Chelsea were right to sack Roberto Di Matteo and appoint Rafael Benitez.
New boss Rafael Benitez will meet Chelsea's players today as he attempts to swiftly revive the club's flagging fortunes.
Roberto Di Matteo says he leaves Chelsea with his head held high despite his dismissal as manager.