Villas-Boas takes another dig at Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspurs manager Andre Villas-Boas has taken a dig at his former players, saying the spirit within the Spurs' players is fantastic and something he didn't hve last year during his time in charge of Chelsea.
When the Portuguese coach was asked about the spirit he has inherited at Spurs, he suggested they were better to work with than the Chelsea side he managed for just 256 days.
"It's a question you need to ask the players, but from perspective I've been adapting to the players. They are a great group who are enjoying what they are doing," The Daily Mirror quoted Villas-Boas, as saying.
"I think the warmth of the group is excellent to see, and you know two different groups react differently. And we've that the spirit within this group has been fantastic - it's different from what I had in the last year," he added. (ANI)
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