Andre Villas-Boas draws Rangers against Dundee United in Scottish Cup

Villas-Boas up for the (Scottish) Cup! Chelsea boss the star attraction at Hampden draw

Andre Villas-Boas has raised a few eyebrows with some of his decisions this season and the Chelsea boss sprung another surprise when he popped up at Hampden Park for the Scottish Cup fifth-round draw.

The Portuguese coach was with World Cup and Champions League-winning manager Marcello Lippi at Scotland's national stadium.

The pair travelled north to speak to Scottish FA's UEFA Pro License course candidates.

Quick on the draw: Andre Villas-Boas (left) and Marcello Lippi (right) at Hampden

Quick on the draw: Andre Villas-Boas (left) and Marcello Lippi (right) at Hampden

SCOTTISH CUP FIFTH-ROUND DRAW

Hibernian v Dundee or Kilmarnock

Motherwell v Morton

St Mirren or Hamilton v Ross County

Inverness or Dunfermline v Celtic

Ayr v Falkirk

Rangers v Dundee Utd

Hearts v St Johnstone

Aberdeen v Queen of the South

Ties to be played on February 4-5

Villas-Boas studied for his UEFA Pro
Licenses in Scotland, so perhaps it is not surprising that he has been
asked to speak to students on the course.

But it will be small comfort to Chelsea fans who would rather their boss was busy working on problems a little closer to home.

To be fair to the 34-year-old Blues boss he did a great job of pulling out the balls and paired Rangers with Dundee United. Celtic were handed a trip to bogey team Inverness or Dunfermline.

Scot the lot: Villas-Boas and Lippi with the famous trophy and new jerseys

Scot the lot: Villas-Boas and Lippi with the famous trophy and new jerseys

Jim Fleeting, SFA Director of Football Development, said: 'We are delighted to have two managers of the calibre of Marcello Lippi and Andre Villas-Boas at Hampden on Monday to speak to our UEFA Pro Licence course candidates.

'I am confident that our candidates will benefit greatly from the visit of two such knowledgeable and experienced coaches.

'I am sure that both will thoroughly enjoy taking part in the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round draw during their visit to the National Stadium.'