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(From Western Morning News)
Byline: BEN RUMSBY
Roberto Di Matteo is intent on master-minding "something extraordinary" in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final - and has brushed off the prospect of it being his last match in charge of Chelsea.
The Blues' caretaker boss again admitted he thought becoming the first manager to lead the club to glory in European football's most prestigious club competition would not affect his hopes of being appointed on a full-time basis. The former Chelsea midfielder also claimed he had no idea what the future would hold, were he to be overlooked, even though he appears bound to be inundated with job offers on the back of …