Berlin: Roberto di Matteo begins his reign as Schalke 04's coach on Saturday by attempting to turn around the Royal Blues' fortunes when they host Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga. (Lionel Messi eyes 'perfect ten' for Barcelona)
Despite having qualified for the Champions League, Schalke are 11th in the table and brought in former Azzurri star di Matteo to replace the sacked Jens Keller. (Lampard aims to score more for Manchester City)
Keller's 22-month tenure ended last week after his side took eight points from their first seven games and their 2-0 defeat to Hoffenheim was the final straw.