Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has revealed that he does not plan to stay in football management for more than 15 years, The
The Portuguese boss joined Chelsea this summer after a successful year at Porto, where he went unbeaten in the league and won the treble of league, cup and Europa League in Portugal. Things have not gone as swimmingly as in Portugal for Villas-Boas and after two successive defeats against QPR and Arsenal, the Chelsea boss has been subject to tweets from England cricketer Kevin Pietersen expressing his distaste at Villas-Boas’ managerial skills.
Villas-Boas takes his Chelsea side to Blackburn eager for a win this weekend and has revealed that the stresses and strains of the job will become a burden in the future, despite the incredible passion he holds for the game.
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