Villas-Boas to make World Rally Championship debut just two months after leaving Marseille
Just two months after his dramatic departure from Marseille, former Chelsea and Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas will make his World Rally Championship debut in Portugal.
- Andre Villas-Boas saw his Marseille contract controversially terminated in March
- He was suspended from the club for a month for disagreements over sports policy
- He will make his World Rally Championship debut this month at Rally Portugal
- The Portuguese took part in the Dakar Rally in 2018 before crashing
Andre Villas-Boas is set to make his World Rally Championship debut in Portugal later this month, just two months after parting ways with Marseille.
The Portuguese saw his contract acrimoniously terminated after being suspended from the club in February due to disagreements over the club’s sports policy.
The former Chelsea and Tottenham head coach has now returned to motorsport where he will compete in Rally Portugal in WRC3.
André Villas-Boas took part in the Dakar Rally 2018 before falling in the third stage
The rally is the fourth race of the season and takes place May 20-23. He will drive a Citroën C3.
Villas-Boas has previous sports experience, having participated in the Dakar Rally in 2018. He hit a sand dune on stage three with his Toyota Hilux and was forced to forfeit after damaging his back.
Villas-Boas saw his contract in Marseille terminated in March for sports policy disagreements