the first champion league for Villaz boas

@adhyz82 (36263)
Indonesia
September 12, 2011 2:57pm CST
last season, Villas boaz is sensational coach when he is still in Porto thats why, Chelsea wants him... and now, this is the first champions league for him.. Chelsea must see again Ballack with his new club, Valencia do you think Villas boaz can success helps Chelsea qualified into second round and next round??
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@rappeter13 (5298)
• Romania
13 Sep 11
I think that Chelsea will win this game, and with a one goal difference. I guess Chelsea is a good team at home, but they still have to understand the tactics of Villas Boas, as he is known for a unique playing style. But we know that for a coach to implement his unique style at a team he needs time and Villas Boas is at Chelsea only for a few months.
@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
13 Sep 11
yes, but ballack maybe can give surprise for chelsea he know exactly about chelsea and his information can help his team for giving surprising maybe for chelsea
• Romania
13 Sep 11
Ballack is not the same anymore. He cannot play the same level anymore and he has only played in two Bundesliga games so far and he hasn't impressed. So I don't think he will start in the game against Chelsea.
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@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
13 Sep 11
yes, i know it...but his information about chelsea can helps his team do something.. don`t underestimate
@nophie (2338)
• Indonesia
12 Sep 11
yes, this is first champions league for villaz boas last season he had succesful in porto but now?? i think without underestimate the level of european league, the challenges for him is harder... he needs any superb tactics for success in his first year....
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@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
13 Sep 11
yes, it`s first champions league as coach..he had feel champions league (correct, but as mou staff)... i think it`s emotional for him... he realize that the challenges in chelsea is harder and more difficult from his challenges in porto he come to chelsea with his good track record... chelsea must meet Ballack in the first time..off course i think ballack know exactly how to stop his chelsea friends.. what do you think about it??
@livecenter (1138)
• Malaysia
14 Sep 11
@adhyz82: I think he will helps them past through the first round. Although Villas-Boas is a really young manager, I don't think anyone can deny his talent. Nevertheless, he will face new challenges at this level of competition and that will only make him a better manager over the years. But I don't think Chelsea will go through the latter stages. I simply don't think so (don't ask why! ).
@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
15 Sep 11
yes, i don`t deny that he had a bigger talent.. he learn many things from Mourinho and it helps him for being a good coach but maybe he began to get a hard challenges in second round i think
• Malaysia
16 Sep 11
@adhyz82: I believe second round and henceforth will be hard for every other coaches, and Villas-Boas is in no way an exception. I am looking forward to see how this Chelsea team fared with their new manager.
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@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
16 Sep 11
yes, his ability can be used in the second round i think
@Sanitary (3969)
• Singapore
20 Sep 11
Qualifying for the second round is not a problem for chelsea since they have always done it even without Villa boas. IT's always in the quarter and semi finals where they fall, due to some freak goals or controversies, whereby chelsea felt undone. IF a team is not good, no matter what they do, it's useless. They can reach the finals in 5/5 times, but if they didn't win in that 5 times, it's useless too.
• Malaysia
25 Sep 11
@sanitary: Although I am not a Chelsea fan, but for me Chelsea is a good team. They play a good football, and I think it is just a matter of luck that doesn't be with them MOST of the time. Nevertheless, I am looking forward of how this Chelsea team fared in the Champions League this season.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
17 Sep 11
AVB and Chelsea made a good start to the Champions league. Against Valencia the Chelsea team won 2-0 on the night. I think Chelsea is just beginning to gel as a team under AVB. And that is good, but the real test for them is over the weekend when they take on Manchester United in the EPL. Cheers! Ram