Inter Foward Romelu Lukaku, has vowed never to forgive former Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas for
repeatedly snubbing him at the club.
Portuguese coach Villas-Boas brought Lukaku from Belgian giants Anderlecht in the summer of 2011.
But Lukaku played most of the season with the reserves and was left out of the Champions League squad.
Lukaku made his full Premier League Debut when Villas-Boas was sacked and replaced by Roberto Di Matteo.
And Lukaku has vowed never to forgive his former boss.
“Di Matteo told me that I would stay with the group until after the final,” Lukaku told Reporters.
“He thought everyone should come along, including the ones who were suspended and the few boys who were not in the Champions League squad. I am also grateful to him for that.
“This win is one of the things I’ve always dreamed about.
You want to celebrate something like that with the team at that time. That is nice in itself at the age of nineteen.
“I am happy for the whole club, but there is one man who took a lot from me: the previous trainer (Villas-Boas). I will never forgive him for that.”
Lukaku added: “Once I had to play in the front left, another time in the front right. You don’t develop that way.
Then at some point you have to think about yourself. So I told the club what I thought of it.
“I know, Villas-Boas was also under pressure but that’s why he didn’t have to treat me like that Di Matteo approached me completely differently, he immediately involved me in
“That should have been much earlier. Really, I never forgave the previous coach.”
Lukaku left Chelsea in 2014 before eventually ending up at Rivals Manchester United.