Andre Villas-Boas Wants to Quit Management in 5-10 Years to Race Dakar Rally: Daily Soccer Report
Andre Villas-Boas says he plans on quitting management in the next five to 10 years to realize one of his lifetime ambitions, which is to drive in the Dakar Rally.
The Tottenham Hotspur manager made the comment to Portuguese newspaper O Jogo. Here’s what he said:
“For me, there is a limit and, in the next five to 10 years, I will quit coaching.
“To compete in the Dakar Rally is a lifetime ambition for me and is something I know I have to do.
“It went from a passion to an obligation, a destination of life, but I can only do it when I leave football. I will do it.
“I do not know where my career will take me. What I do know is that it will not last too long.”
I don’t blame Villas-Boas one bit for wanting to make one of his dreams come true. In many ways, it’ll make him work that much harder to accomplish everything he can as a manager in the next 5-10 years so he can then realize his dream. Hats off to him.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Andre Villas-Boas wants to quit management in five to 10 years to race Dakar Rally — Evening Standard
- Edinson Cavani annoyed by Chelsea and Real Madrid speculation — Sky Sports
- Newcastle braced for £20m Cabaye approach from PSG — The Guardian
- Slovenian goalkeeper Gregor Zabret has confirmed he is joining Swansea City this summer — Sky Sports
- Arsenal join chase to sign QPR goalkeeper Júlio César — The Guardian
- Sunderland in talks over Gino Peruzzi deal, say Velez Sarsfield — Sky Sports
- Chelsea beat Arsenal to West Brom super kid Isaiah Brown – but now face bitter tribunal battle — Mirror
- Neymar encourages Wayne Rooney to transfer to Barcelona — The Independent
Major League Soccer
- Glenn Hoddle says England must teach youngsters how to keep the ball — Sky Sports
- The financial impact of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa — The Swiss Ramble
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