He is only 35 years old, is one of the best young coaches in the world, but is not going to do this job until the “happily ever after”. The portuguese tactician Andre Villas-Boas, Tottenham Hotspur manager, says it will give up to his coaching career in the next ten years to fulfill one of his dreams: the participation in the Dakar Rally.
In an interview with the Lusitanian daily “O Jogo”, Tottenham manager explained that he had a limited career as a coach. “My passion for football makes me live 11 months a year on it, but life allows you to enjoy and of other things. To me, there is a limit, and in the next 5-10 years, I will stop coaching” said Villas-Boas.
“I do not know where will take me my career, but it sure will not last long”
The Portuguese claims that his life’s dream is to start his Dakar Rally and will do this in a day, but for that will have to give up to the career he has now.
“To participate in the Dakar Rally is my life’s ambition and is something I have to do. Has become from passion of an obligation, a purpose in life, but I know that I can do this only when I leave football. And I have to do it, “said the Londoners’ coach.
“I know where will take my football career, but I know that will not last the entire life, because I want to fulfill one of my dreams,” concluded Villas-Boas.