Jan 10 (Reuters) - Portuguese soccer manager Andre Villas-Boas has withdrawn from the Dakar Rally after he injured his back in the Peruvian desert.
Former football manager Andre Villas-Boas pulls out of his first Dakar Rally after sustaining a back injury in stage four.
Difficult time Former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas has revealed just how hard his time at Stamford Bridge was due to the board. The Portuguese boss was unable to have an effect in London and struggled to get his side playing while at Chelsea. Though, Villas-Boas has revealed another reason for why it wasn’t so […]
Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas tells Football Focus that his family connections and "great passion" for motor sports led him to compete in the 2018 Dakar Rally.
Shanghai (AFP) – Former Porto and Fenerbahce boss Vitor Pereira vowed to go one better than fellow Portuguese Andre Villas-Boas and win a trophy in his first season at big-spending Shanghai SIPG. But the 49-year-old, who succeeded Villas-Boas...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Vitor Pereira wants to go one better than predecessor Andre Villas-Boas by winning a title after being named coach of big-spending Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG on Tuesday. The 49-year-old, who was once assistant...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Shanghai SIPG on Tuesday unveiled former Porto and Fenerbahce boss Vitor Pereira as their new coach after fellow Portuguese Andre Villas-Boas left the big-spending Chinese Super League (CSL) side. The 49-year-old Pereira,...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Felix Magath on Friday became the latest foreign coach in a matter of weeks to leave his post in the Chinese Super League (CSL), following Andre Villas-Boas and Luiz Felipe Scolari out the exit door. Villas-Boas onShow More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Andre Villas-Boas left Shanghai SIPG on Thursday after the Portuguese coach failed to lead the big-spending club to a trophy in his turbulent first season in China. The 40-year-old, who will drive in the Dakar Rally in January, saw his side lose Sunday’s FA Cup final to rivals and underdogs Shanghai Shenhua. Show More Summary
LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Former Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Zenit St Petersburg soccer manager Andre Villas-Boas is set to achieve a long-standing dream and compete in the Dakar Rally next January.
Former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas will compete in the 2018 Dakar Rally after quitting Chinese club Shanghai SIPG.
Change of career Former Tottenham boss André Villas-Boas has finally revealed why he has left Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG this week. The Portugese boss managed Zenit before moving to the Chinese Super League in a huge deal. Though, it wasn’t as simple as AVB would have hoped when moving to Asia and actually struggled to get […]
Shanghai (AFP) – Haunted Andre Villas-Boas shouldered the blame after he failed to inspire big-spending Shanghai SIPG to silverware in his first season in China, with his future likely to be resolved this week. The former Chelsea and...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Shanghai SIPG need to overturn a 1-0 deficit in the Chinese FA Cup final second leg on Sunday, in what could be coach Andre Villas-Boas’ last game in charge. The former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur manager has refused...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Chinese media piled pressure on Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas on Thursday after their stinging defeat to Urawa Red Diamonds in the AFC Champions League semi-finals. The Portuguese coach promised silverware in...Show More Summary
Coach Andre Villas-Boas has been fined for insulting the match referee after his Shanghai SIPG team won an Asian Champions League quarterfinal against Guangzhou Evergrande
Shanghai (AFP) – The Asian Football Confederation said Thursday it was launching disciplinary action against Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas for his outburst after the epic Champions League quarter-final win over Guangzhou Evergrande this week. Show More Summary
Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas accuses Guangzhou Evergrande of engineering car accidents before an Asian Champions League tie.
Shanghai (AFP) – Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas accused Guangzhou Evergrande of dirty tricks after his side’s epic AFC Champions League quarter-final win, claiming the hosts masterminded a series of road “accidents” to delay SIPG’s arrival at the stadium. Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Luiz Felipe Scolari was left shaking his head Monday and Andre Villas-Boas spoke of “a very bad trip” after rain and lightning disrupted their AFC Champions League quarter-final preparations. Scolari’s Guangzhou Evergrande...Show More Summary