Villash Boash will lead Chelsea

23rd June, 2011 | Posted by Football Info

Andre Villash-Boash, who won for “Port” four trophies at once in a season, led London “Chelsea”, by replacing at the helm of the Italian Carlo Ancelotti.
Andre Villash-Boash, who led to “Port” to victory in the UEFA Europa League, is confirmed as head coach of the “Chelsea”, and has signed a three-year contract.
Carlo Ancelotti has resigned as coach of the Londoners in May, when “Chelsea” finished in the Premier League in second place. Thus in his first season in England, the Italian designed with a team of “golden double”.
In the 2010/11 season, the 33-year-old Villash performed for “Port” even better, adding on to victory in the championship and the Cup of Portugal in the European League triumph. This morning, his assistant, Vitor Pereira was appointed head coach of the “Port”.
“Andre was the best candidate for the post – it is said in official statement of Chelsea. – He is one of the most talented young coaches in modern football, which has achieved much in a relatively short time. His ambition and attitude match the level of Chelsea, and we confident that his leadership will lead the club to success in major tournaments in England and in Europe.”

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