Thursday, June 23, 2011

Villas Boas will coach english Chelsea


Portuguese
André Villas Boas, three-time champion with Porto, became the seventh coach of the "Blues" in the era of Roman Abramovich. Their similarities with "Mou" dazzled the Russian billionaire.

Villas Boas, who led Porto to keep the domestic double and win the Europa League last season, replaces the Italian Carlo Ancelotti, who was fired in May after a drought of trophies in his second season in English club. Agreed to a three-year contract to become the youngest coach in the Premier League with 33.

Chelsea will pay 13.3 million pounds (21.5 million) buyout clause of his contract at the club Portugal. "André was the outstanding candidate for the job", the London club issued a statement on its website (www.chelseafc.com). "One of the most talented young technicians of football today and has already achieved much in a relatively short space of time," he continued.

Villas Boas worked as a scout at Chelsea Jose Mourinho, who left the Porto seven years ago to move to the Premier League. Villas Boas, who has proven to be very shrewd in the transfer market, would likely try to persuade the Colombian striker of Porto, Radamel Falcao Garcia, to go with him to Chelsea after a prolific season in which scored 17 goals in Champions League .

As Fernando Torres, Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka battle for a spot in front, Falcao's arrival would give the apprentice "Mou" a formidable scoring power.

"There is no doubt that the challenge for me is to keep winning. I am an individual who is hungry for success and wants to stay that way," said the coach in his first Chelsea TV. "Do not expect some one man," but also reminded the Portuguese, who signed a 4.4 million pounds (7.1 million) annually.



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