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Andre Villas-Boas
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Personal information
Date of Birth 17 October 1977
Place of Birth Porto, Portugal
Managerial statistics
Years managed 2011-2012
Total games 39
Wins 19
Draws 10
Losses 10
Luis Andre de Pina Cabral e Villas-Boas (born 17 October 1977) is a Portuguese coach who was manager of Chelsea F.C. from 2011 to 2012. Villas-Boas was also an assistant to Jose Mourinho when he was the boss.

Chelsea careerEdit

On 22 June 2011, Chelsea confirmed that Villas-Boas had been named manager. To sign him, the Blues paid Porto £13,300,000 in compensation- the record fee for a manager. He made his competitive managerial debut for Chelsea in a 0-0 draw with Stoke. His first win as boss was the 3-1 victory over Norwich, on which his newest signing, Juan Mata scored his first for the Blues.

Villas-Boas' first defeat as manager was the 3-1 loss at Old Trafford. He lost two London derbys in the space of two games, a 1-0 defeat to QPR and an embarrasing 5-3 home defeat to Arsenal. Three weeks later he lost another home game- this time it was a 2-1 defeat to Liverpool. A week later he played another home game against Liverpool, a 2-0 loss which knocked Chelsea out of the Carling Cup. Despite this, the Blues bounced back and won 3-0 vs Wolves and Newcastle. He also sent Chelsea to the last 16 of the Champions League with a 3-0 victory over Valencia. On 12 December 2011, he defeated Manchester City, ending their unbeaten streak.

Villas-Boas won only one game in February, a 3-0 victory over Bolton. However, a 1-0 loss to West Bromwich Albion was his last game, as he was sacked on 4 March 2012. The club website posted that "The board would like to record our gratitude for his work and express our disappointment that the relationship had ended so early."

StatsEdit

Competition Total Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against
League 27 13 7 7 47 32
FA Cup 2 1 1 0 5 1
League Cup 3 2 0 1 2 3
Europe 7 3 2 2 13 7
Other 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 39 19 10 10 67 43
Chelsea F.C. – managers
Robertson (t) (1905-06) • Lewis (t) (1906-07) • Calderhead (t) (1907–33) • Knighton (t) (1933-39) • Birrell (t) (1939-52) • Drake (t) (1952–61) • Tommy Docherty (t) (1961-67) • Sexton (t) (1967-74) • Suart (t) (1974-75) • McCreadie (t) (1975–77) • Shellito (t) (1977–78) • Blanchflower (t) (1978-79) • Hurst (t) (1979-81) • Gould (t) (1981) • Neal (t) (1981-85) • Hollins (t) (1985-88) • Campbell (t) (1988-91) • Porterfield (t) (1991-93) • Webb (t) (1993) • Hoddle (t) (1993-96) • Gullit (t) (1996-98) • Vialli (t) (1998-2000) • Rix and Wilkins (2000) (c) • Ranieri (t) (2000-04) • Mourinho (t) (2004-07) • Grant (t) (2007-08) • Scolari (t) (2008-09) • Wilkins (2009) (c) • Hiddink (2009) • Ancelotti (t) (2009-11) • Villas-Boas (t) (2011-12) • Di Matteo (t) (2012) • Benitez (t) (2012-13) • Mourinho (t) (2013-)

(c) - caretaker manager, (t) - transfers made by manager

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