Villas-Boas is a Portuguese football manager; unusually for a football manager he has never played professional football. Â He started his career by chance after meeting Sir Bobby Robson who arranged for him to undertake a professional coaching qualification. After several roles under Jose Mourinho, he became manager of Academica. He also managed at Porto and Chelsea before taking his current role of manager to the players that wear the Tottenham Hotspur home football shirt.

The Tottenham Hotspur home football shirt is manufactured by Under Armour. Under Armour are an American sportswear company, the deal with Spurs is worth £50m over five years, this is Under Armour's largest European soccer deal to date.

On behalf of the club they will produce the home and away kits, along with the teams training wear range.

The Tottenham home kit traditionally feature a white jersey and blue shorts. The brand new 2013 - 2014 kit is no exception. The white shirt has a stylish sports v-neck collar.

The collar and sleeves have a navy blue trim. The Under Armour logo and club crest are also stitched in navy. The clubs sponsor since 2010, Technology Company 'HP' is printed in the centre.

Before managing the team that play in the Tottenham home kit Villas-Boas worked as opposition scout under Jose Mourinho. This relationship began at Porto, they worked effectively as a team to such an extent that when Mourinho left he took Villas-Boas with him.

This relationship survived a stint at Inter Milan and then Chelsea. In 2009 the relationship broke down when Mourinho blocked Villas-Boas's career progression.

It has been reported that since they parted ways in 2009 the pair have not spoken for the last four years. Whilst Mourinho has been with La Liga club Real Madrid Villas-Boas has forged his own managerial career.

In 2011 he returned to Chelsea as manager, and in 2012 was appointed manager of the players wearing the Tottenham Hotspur home football shirt.

Jose Mourinho returned to the Premier League and Chelsea this summer. On Saturday the two clubs met in a London derby at White Hart Lane.

Villas-Boas's team donned their Tottenham home kit in what promised to be an explosive game where he as manager would come face to face with his once friend and mentor, now fierce rival Jose Mourinho.

Villas-Boas's team took the lead when Sigurdsson in his Tottenham home kit scored in the 19th minute. An equaliser came in the 65th minute from Chelsea captain John Terry.

Torres was sent off with a 2nd yellow card toward the end of the game but Spurs failed to capitalise and clinch the winner. The hard fought match ended in a 1-1 draw with each team adding 1 point to their tally. As the Premier League table stands Spurs sit in 2nd with Chelsea 2 points behind in 3rd.

During his first season in charge of the players at White Hart Lane they set a new record by scoring 72 points during the season. On the final day of the season the players in the Tottenham home kit won their match but narrowly missed out on a Champions League spot.

Villas- Boas will be looking to improve upon that record this season. The return leg at Chelsea on 8th March 2014 will be an unmissable match!

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