Chelsea will attack, vows Hiddink

07 April 2009 08:04
The Chelsea boss, who won the European Cup in 1988 as coach of PSV Eindhoven, has forged a reputation for attacking football and believes an away goal could be key to securing a semi-final place. "Of teams who score away from home, 70% go through to the next round; if you can score in the away game, that's always a big blow for the home team," said Hiddink. "If you concede at home, it's always very difficult to recover from that." Hiddink, who is also Russia coach, has made a successful start to his short-term role at Stamford Bridge, only losing one league game against Tottenham. "The managers can do so much, but the players have to deliver," he added.

Source: BBC_Sport