Despite failing to collect three points in their first Premier League game last week Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas remains confident about the task that lies ahead.
Manchester United and Manchester City both recorded wins last week, but the season is a marathon not a sprint and AVB believes that his team will be challenging for the title at the end of the season.
At a press conference yesterday he said, “My perspective on winning the league doesn’t change. It’s our commitment to win it.”
Positive words indeed from Villas-Boas, and with the news that Juan Mata of Valencia is about to sign a contract at Stamford Bridge everything is looking good ahead of the game against West Brom later on today.
One thing that AVB wishes would change is the transfer window and he said, “I thought this last year in Porto, as I went through the same uncertainty regarding players. I think it should close in all leagues the first day the season starts.”
Transfer windows will be the last thing on AVB’s mind today, as all that matters is a victory against West Brom, a victory that would get Chelsea’s title challenge up and running.
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