Chelsea under Roman Abramovich has had as many as seven managers, with Andre Villas-Boas being the youngest of all and believed to bring in a revolution at the club. It is after the Portuguese manager’s successful stint with Porto FC last season that caught the eye of Abramovich. To bring in a revolution at Chelsea just as it was done during the Jose Mourinho era, Andre Villas-Boas needs some time at the club and the owners’ backing – which has been apparently granted.
There are a few old legs in the team, who definitely have proved their mettle before and have been a key part of the club’s success till date. Time waits for none and so there needs to be a change at some point or the other. At Chelsea, the time has come – to bring in fresh new faces on which the club and fans can rely upon to take the club to new heights. The likes of John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba – all in their thirties – create a doubt as to how long will they be a part of the starting XI as they always used to be. Read more