Guus Hiddink puts Chelsea on alert after quit threat if he fails to steer Turkey to Euro 2012

23 March 2011 09:14
Guus Hiddink has put Chelsea on alert by revealing he may quit as Turkey coach if they fail to beat Austria and Belgium in the Euro 2012 qualifiers.

Ebullient: Hiddink

Sporting director Frank Arnesen is set to depart Stamford Bridge forHamburg this summer, and the ebullient Dutchman is wanted by theChelsea hierarchy in a directorial role.

With Turkey lying third in Group A - behind runaway leaders Germany and Austria - Hiddink has challenged his his players to get six points from the two ties.

'I'm trying to make a better Turkish national team,' the 64-year-old said.

'If I can't do that, I'll ask the chairman to sack me. Six points from these two games is vital.

'If we don't get that I can offer my resignation to the chairman and then it's up to him. It will mean that I am not a successful manager. ' 

After leading PSV Eindhoven to victory in the European Cup in 1988, Hiddink steered South Korea to the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2002.

During his stint at Stamford Bridge, the enormously popular Hiddink steered his Chelsea side to victory in the 2009 FA Cup. 

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Source: Daily_Mail

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