The Portuguese was Spurs boss from July 2012 to December 2013 and he did not maintain again when requested about his time at White Hart Lane with Italian media
Andre Villas-Boas has launched a scathing assault towards Tottenham’s board, claiming they “destroyed everything” he and his teaching employees created at the membership.
The Portuguese was appointed supervisor in July 2012 and had a constructive first season earlier than his reign got here to an finish in December 2013, boasting a document of 45 wins from his 80 video games in cost.
After having early success in his managerial profession with Porto, Villas-Boas has struggled to make an impression at membership’s in the future.
And in an explosive interview with Corriere dello Sport, Villas-Boas didn’t maintain again on his time in north London the place he additionally revealed he turned down a suggestion from Paris Saint-Germain at the finish of his first season at Spurs.
Villas-Boas mentioned: “The first season was magnificent in all aspects. We had a ‘short’ squad in terms of depth, but a great spirit and so much will.”
“We picked up the most points in Spurs’ history with an incredible Bale who played behind Adebayor where he was free to move, but also with Lennon and Walker who allowed us to have a good counter-attacking 4-4-2.”
“I got an offer from Paris Saint-Germain, who wanted me, but I said no out of love for Tottenham. Maybe that was a mistake.”
The former Chelsea boss went on to criticise the Spurs board, headed by chairman Daniel Levy for his or her responses to his switch requests.
He mentioned: “In April, we started planning for the next season. I offered some names to buy and sell, but during the transfer window, the board didn’t listen and quickly destroyed everything we’d created.”
Not so much has appeared to alter at the membership since with Spurs changing into the first Premier League workforce to not make a single summer season signing throughout the final switch window.
The delay of their new stadium additionally provides to their dramas in what has been a turbulent season off the pitch.
Villas-Boas, 41, reportedly turned down the Fulham job – a job that was given to Claudio Ranieri after the Cottagers sacked Slavisa Jokanovic.
Villas-Boas’ final job noticed him manag Shanghai SIPG from November 2016 to November 2017.