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Villas-Boas fills United vacancy
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02373/andre-villas-boas__2373427k.jpgSpurs man no more: Andre Villas-Boas leaves Tottenham to fill the vacant Manchester United role.
Tottenham fans across the globe have been left devastated as manager Andre Villas-Boas has today been revealed as the successor of Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary Manchester United manager who retired from management at the end of the 2012-13 season. Many managers were linked with the role, including recently released Everton manager David Moyes and now-Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola.
Andre Villas-Boas released this statement to Sky Sports News...
"While Tottenham are a great club, one that I was honoured to have been manager at, an offer from Manchester United is one I cannot refuse, no matter what. I'm optimistic ahead of my time at Manchester United, given the slight success I had at Tottenham. Man United are a very successful club, arguably the best in England, so I hope I can bring the board and the fans all the success they deserve. I'd like to thank Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, for being understanding of my decision, and the Glazer's for even considering me for this treasured position within the club."
Fans of the North London club have spoken out about how Villas-Boas has "betrayed" the club and the board, as many were confident Andre Villas-Boas was the one to lead the club to the long-awaited success they deserve. The 35 year-old brought in 7 players in the transfer window - Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela, Vlad Chiriches, Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, Nacer Chadli and Etienne Capoue, and the new manager will without a doubt make a few more in the few weeks they have left of the summer window.
Managers linked with the vacant Tottenham job are David Moyes, Gus Poyet, Ledley King, Gary Lineker and Teddy Sheringham. However, the favourite remains to be Laurent Blanc, despite being happy at Paris Saint-Germain.