A season at Olympique Marseille for Andre Villas-Boas. The coach Portuguese will remain for the next season at the head of the French team of Ligue 1 for the return of the OM in the Champions League, told Agence France-Presse at the club on Monday 25 may. "After a number of discussions in recent days with Frank McCourt (the owner of the club) and Jacques-Henri Eyraud (OM president), André Villas-Boas has effectively confirmed that it wanted to continue its collaboration with the OM for the next season," said the OM to the Agence France-Presse, confirming information of the journal L'equipe and RMC radio.
The rumors of the departure of André Villas-Boas had been inflating since the announcement on 14 may of the end of contract of sports director olympian, the Spanish Andoni Zubizarreta, in which the technician Portuguese, hailed by supporters marseillais, seemed to have linked its fate. A few days later, as the wrath of the fans swelled against the direction of the club, the OM had proposed may 19, Villas-Boas a contract extension of two years, plus a year's option.
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