Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas believes that his job his safe despite another slip-up in their hunt for the Premier League title, Sky
The Blues are now 12 points behind league leaders Manchester City after Liverpool defeated them 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. With Guus Hiddink leaving his role as Turkey manager, questions have been raised over the future of the Portuguese manager and owner Roman Abramovich is known for not being afraid to give his managers the sack. Villas-Boas insists that his relationship with the Russian owner is positive and he will be given a fair chance to build a foundation at the football club.
The ex-Porto boss said: ‘It’s not a question of the owner having patience. We have set out to build something new at this club and the club is committed to taking what we’re building in the future. The owner didn’t pay 15 million Euros to get me out of Porto to pay me another fortune to get out’.
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