Chelsea hopes for a second Hiddink spell

Chelsea face fight with Turkish Football Federation to land Guus Hiddink.

Chelsea will have a solid fight on their hands to lure succesful dutch coach Guus Hiddink as their next manager once Carlo Ancelotti leaves the english club.

It’s well known, that Chelsea owner Roman Abromovich has a good relationship with Guus Hiddink, who coached Chelsea for a short spell into Champion’s League semi-finals.

After all indications show, that the current coachof the ”Blues”, Carlo Ancelotti, will not be coaching the team next year, Chelsea is making serious attempts to land Guus Hiddink as their following manager.

Guus Hiddink currently coaches the Turkish National Team, which will prove difficulties for Roman Abramovich and the Chelsea board to put Hiddink to lead the team in the upcoming 2011-2012 season.

Turkish Football Federation (TFF) had put a clause in contract with Guus Hiddink, that prevents the Dutchman to obtain a joint club and country role.


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