Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has branded the club's failure to finish in the Barclays Premier League top four as unsatisfactory.

In what may be a blow to caretaker manager Roberto Di Matteo's hopes of being appointed manager full-time, Buck vowed he and owner Roman Abramovich would move to ensure there was no repeat next season.

The Blues had been fifth when he was appointed and Buck wrote in Chelsea's official matchday programme ahead of the final home game of the season against Blackburn: "We do not consider that to be satisfactory and Roman and the board will be working over the summer to try to ensure that doesn't happen again."

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