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Job hunting[edit]

Please review your edit at Job hunting. Your edit is moving an external link from the 'external link' section into the 'see also' section. You quoted WP:EL, but I'm not sure why this would warrant moving the link to 'see also'. If you're trying to remove the link, then do so, but simply shuffling it about does not seem to help. Kuru (talk)

André Villas-Boas[edit]

My update in André Villas-Boas page may lack a better reference but I assure you that is correct.


In THIS WEB SITE you may find all F.C. Porto's games in the 2010/11 season. That includes:

That makes a total of 58 games.


Now, follow my logic:

  • Villas-Boas was not sacked and managed all Porto's matches.
  • Villas-Boas won four thropies: Portuguese League, Portuguese Cup, Portuguese Supercup and UEFA Europa League. That makes (30+7+17+1) 55 matches, instead of 51.
  • Every team in the Primeira Liga plays the Portuguese League Cup (the portuguese version of the english Football League Cup). Porto lost in the group stage but played 3 matches. 55+3 = 58.


Here's some WIKIPEDIA links and the respective number of games, wins, draws and losses:

Total: (58-49-5-4)


Hope you understand that I'm not a spammer nor I practice vandalism, and stop reverting my updates. I just lack one good source. Maybe you can find one.

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White people[edit]

Please explain how what I wrote is less neutral than what was there before. – Smyth\talk 20:42, 7 November 2014 (UTC)

Please respond. – Smyth\talk 12:13, 17 November 2014 (UTC)

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