Andre Villas-Boas Facts
Portuguese football manager and former manager of Chelsea FC
- His actual name is D. Luis Andre de Pina Cabral e Villas-Boas but is popular as Andre Villas-Boas.
- He spent nine months as manager of Academica and a year as manager of Porto, followed by just under a season as the manager of Chelsea.
- While at Porto he won four trophies and became the youngest manager to win a European club title.
- Chelsea played 40 games under his managerialship winning 19 and has a 47.5% success rate.
- His €15 million (£13.3 million) move from Porto to Chelsea is the most expensive ever by a manager.
- He achieved his UEFA C coaching licence in Scotland in 1994.
- In 2000, he took charge of the British Virgin Islands for two international matches but both ended in defeat.
- In 2008, he moved with Mourinho to Inter Milan.
- On June 22, 2011 he was appointed Chelsea manager on a three-year contract.