Guus Hiddink rules out Chelsea return

16 January 2011 10:37
Guus Hiddink has ruled out returning to Chelsea and replacing CarloAncelotti as manager for a second emergency stint at the club, sayinghe will see out his contract as manager of Turkey.

Hiddink was draftedin by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich in 2008 to replace Luiz FelipeScolari and led Chelsea to the Champions League semi-final and won theFA Cup.

But Hiddink's role then was a temporary job-share with theRussian national team, a post which was part-funded by Abramovich.

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Hiddink said: 'I know what the situation is like with Chelsea. I cannotcompare this situation with the job-share I did.

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Source: Daily_Mail

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