Andre Villas-Boas admitted for the first time that his time at Chelsea could be coming to an end and he fears for his Blues future, The
The Portuguese manager stated two weeks ago that he had full support from Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and was confident he would be able to complete the ‘three year project’ he has envisaged. However, after Villas-Boas called for club bosses to give him public support, there was no reaction from Chelsea executives.
Villas-Boas now believes that he has to produce immediate results for the Blues, who are in the worst run of form of the Abramovich era. The Portuguese boss was reportedly ordered by Abramovich to account the reasons why he left out Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole from the Champions League tie with Napoli and Villas-Boas now knows he has to immediately perform.
‘This cycle of change that I am doing is a reality and the future is excellent, the way I and the owner are thinking. But the pattern of behaviour of the owner has led to a downfall of coaches in similar situations or even better situations. What will be the reaction? Let’s see if he wants a change in the club or not. It will be one of the two, either a continuation of the project and full support or just the cultural pattern that has happened before’, Villas-Boas said.
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