Pep Guardiola & Andre Villas

Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Luís André de Pina Cabral e Villas-Boas (born 17 October 1977), known as André Villas-Boas and commonly referred to as AVB, is the Portuguese football manager of Tottenham Hotspur. 5.0/5

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not saying he can't do it. But for every Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte there's a Pippo Inzaghi or Andre Villas-Boas
Di Matteo will have Chelsea's contract more one year The Times said billionaire Roman Abramovich will give coach Italians contract for one year following the recent impressive victories. Since coming to power temporary substitute Andre Villas-Boas predecessor in March, Roberto Di Matteo has revived the Blues. Stamford Bridge team won the FA Cup 3rd in 4 years and the Champions League for the first time in history. Experts *** after what has done for Chelsea, Di Matteo deserves a chance to sign long term contracts. But things will only be decided next week. The Times sources said billionaire Abramovich will offer a 12 month contract for Di Matteo as a thank you on the coach was brought to Stamford Bridge Champions League Cup. Italy coach received great support from the players and fans. The one year contract is reasonable to plan on challenging the talents of Di Matteo, has helped Abramovich wait a candidate number Pep Guardiola. Di Matteo joined the Chelsea coaching staff from mid-2011 as an assistant .. ...
From zeros to heroes, chumps to champs: in three short months Roberto Di Matteo steered Chelsea back from the precipice to the greatest moment in the club's history. Chelsea's stunning Champions League victory over Bayern Munich on Saturday completed one of the most dramatic reversals of fortune in football history, the glorious final act of a season which had once threatened to unravel. When Di Matteo was appointed as interim manager following the dismissal of Andre Villas-Boas in early March, few observers viewed the Former Chelsea midfielder as a viable long-term candidate for the job. In the days that followed Villas-Boas's dismissal, a laundry list of potential managers were name-checked in connection with the vacancy at Stamford Bridge - Pep Guardiola, Rafael Benitez, David Moyes, even former boss Jose Mourinho. Meanwhile, down at Chelsea's Cobham training base, on the leafy outskirts of London, Di Matteo was quietly setting about the task of restoring belief in a team who had won only once in their ...
Andre Villas-Boas will hold talks with Liverpool next week, with the club having Pep Guardiola and Fabio Capello...
MUNICH, Germany, May 18, 2012 (AFP) - Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes believes Roberto Di Matteo should be given the Chelsea job on a full-time basis after guiding the club to the Champions League final. Di Matteo took over as interim manager in March following the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas, and has since presided over a dramatic upturn in Chelsea's fortunes at home and abroad. The 41-year-old Italian has masterminded Chelsea's FA Cup triumph while successfully steering the club to Saturday's final, beating Napoli, Benfica and mighty Barcelona in the knockout rounds. Chelsea have said no decision on a long-term successor to Villas-Boas will be taken until the summer, and are reportedly desperate to persuade ex-Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola to take over at Stamford Bridge. However the vastly experienced Heynckes told reporters here Friday that the best candidate could be found on Chelsea's doorstep. "The decision is certainly not in my hands but we must not forget that (Di Matteo) has brought Chelsea ...
Who'll have the privilege to be the next liverpool manager- Pep Guardiola (Barcelona), Fabio Capello, Jürgen Klopp (Borussia Dortmund), Frank de Boer (Ajax), Andre Villas-Boas and Didier Deschamps (Marseille). Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez and Swansea’s Brendan Rodgers
Former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas is now the bookies' favourite to succeed Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool manager. Dalglish was sacked by the Reds after a disappointing Premier League season in which Liverpool finished eighth. Villas-Boas, who has been out of work since he was dismissed by Chelsea in early March, has been installed as 6-4 favourite with Sky Bet. Villas-Boas left the club with the Blues in fifth place in the Premier League, and caretaker boss Roberto Di Matteo guided the Blues to the FA Cup - where they beat Liverpool in the final - and the Champions League final. Wigan boss Roberto Martinez -who is reportedly a target of Aston Villa - is 4-1 and former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez and Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers are both 7-1. Former England coach Fabio Capello is 10-1 and Pep Guardiola - who has just left Barcelona - is 20-1.
Pep Guardiola wil be a 'Fool to mE' if he quits barcelona c.f. I kan't juz undastand why he wil leave ds beautiful team he has assembled for da past 4yrs and start a new life some where else. Is He tryn to gv hmself a CHALLENGE? He should ask Andre-VILLAS BOAS wat it feels lyk...
Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho and Barcelona's Pep Guardiola are the favourites to step into Andre Villas-Boas' shoes at Chelsea.
Abramovich to target Guardiola Harry Harris, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has sent out the message that he wants the best manager in the world and has targeted Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola in the summer after a move for Rafa Benitez fell through. - Villas-Boas sacked by Chelsea Having decided to sack Andre Villas-Boas, Benitez was considered on a short term deal until the end of the season, but it collapsed as the former Liverpool boss wanted a minimum of a two-year contract. ESPNsoccernet sources hinted that Benitez might well have been interviewed last Wednesday for around five hours and that, on Friday, Abramovich's hierarchy had an emergency meeting to decide whether to axe AVB ahead of the match at West Brom. After deciding to give him one final chance, a 1-0 defeat to the Baggies sealed his fate and Guardiola is now the coach Abramovich believes can sort out the mess at Stamford Bridge as he would command total respect for his achievements with the stellar names at the Nou Camp. A source told ESP ...
France coach Laurent Blanc is being considered by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich as the club's permanent successor to Andre Villas-Boas. - Blog: Familiar Chelsea recreated While Roberto Di Matteo has been undertaking his own extended job interview as the Blues' interim boss, Abramovich's aides have been trying to draw up a shortlist of candidates for the managerial position, which was vacated by the sacking of Villas-Boas in March. Delivering Champions League glory to the Blues for the first time could give Di Matteo the opportunity to hold on to the post, but former Manchester United and Inter Milan defender Blanc is among those in the frame to be given the job on a long-term basis this summer. Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola and Former Chelsea darling Jose Mourinho are understandably top of Abramovich's wanted list, but the Russian billionaire only has an outside chance of attracting either. A secondary list of candidates has Blanc, whose contract with France expires after Euro 2012, at its summit; Marseil ...
Imagine if Andre Villas Boas was still Chelsea's manager and Wednesday would be AVB v Pep Guardiola my 2 favourite managers.
As job interviews go, this should be progressing swimmingly. Roberto Di Matteo has guided Chelsea into the semi-finals of the Champions League and the FA Cup as well as overseeing an improved run in the Premier League. His spell in the Stamford Bridge dugout has been brief, but his win percentage compares with Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink, rather than the underachievers Luiz Felipe Scolari and Andre Villas-Boas. Yet this is not a job interview. Not yet, anyway, and not when the employer is Roman Abramovich. At most clubs, an assistant given interim charge and responding with results would propel himself into contention. Chelsea, however, aim to be an exception. A star-struck billionaire hopes to lure either Pep Guardiola or Mourinho to Stamford Bridge. In doing so, however, the line between optimism and unrealism has probably been crossed. But if the world's two most coveted managers are discounted, the field to succeed the sacked Villas-Boas suddenly seems very open. Careful to deflect questions about ...
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