Official CFC AVB Update

Andre Villas-Boas has given a progress report on his first two months as a Barclays Premier League manager.

The 33-year-old was appointed in June and has quickly gone about making his mark at Stamford Bridge, bringing in several new faces to the squad and introducing an exciting, winning brand of football, not to mention the addition of some animated touchline acrobatics.

With five wins, a draw and a defeat in the league, two Champions League group victories and progression sealed in the Carling Cup, Villas-Boas has made an impressive start, but nothing he considers out of the ordinary.

‘I think things have been going okay. We had a good start up to the Old Trafford game where we had a good performance but were unlucky with the result,’ the Portuguese coach told the official Chelsea website. 

‘Bearing in mind the performance, normally with so many opportunities you come away with a win but it didn’t go for us in the first half in terms of efficiency and the scoreline was difficult to recover at half-time.

Read the full story on the Chelsea FC website.

By Clare Smith

Twitter @chelsea4girls



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