Villas-Boas on Chelsea, Spurs and Porto

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas talks to the BBC's Garth Crooks about his career working at some of the biggest clubs in European football.

The 35-year old Portuguese worked alongside Bobby Robson at Porto in the 1990s and Jose Mourinho at Chelsea and Inter Milan, before becoming a manager in his own right.

He had a successful spell at Porto, guiding them to three domestic trophies and the Europa League in his first season - but could not replicate the success at Chelsea, where he was sacked after nine months in charge.

Now at London rivals Spurs, Villas-Boas is hoping to "lay the foundations" for them to become a successful club.

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