In 1660 Samuel Pepys began to pen one of the most famous diaries of all time; the finished article granting historians with an unrivalled insight into the English Restoration period.

Centuries later, amidst the horrors of World War II; a young Anne Frank documented her family’s haunting ordeal living in hiding from an anti-Semitic regime.

Today, a new literary masterpiece is being produced. You may not have read it, nor even heard of it. That it is because it is the closest of closely guarded secrets. Always the master of rhetoric; André Villas-Boas has been keeping a personal account of his musings, feelings and personal life since his humble beginnings in charge of the British Virgin Islands.

Today, Football FanCast is very excited to reveal that it has exclusive access to this elusive window into the mind of everyones’ favourite auburn-stubbled Portuguese tactician. Click the video below to listen to a reading of the first of many instalments from The Secret Diary of André Villas-Boas.


 

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