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. [LNB]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. [LNB]But Hiddink's role then was a temporary job-share with theRussian national team, a post which was part-funded by Abramovich. [LNB] Blues blocked: Hiddink has rubbished talk of a return to Stamford Bridge[LNB]Hiddink said: 'I know what the situation is like with Chelsea. I cannotcompare this situation with the job-share I did. [LNB]'To stop all thisspeculation, the Chelsea job is not for me. I intend to honour mycontract with Turkey. I have enough on my plate.'  Real Madrid boss Mourinho branded 'rude and uneducated' by BeckenbauerOn-loan Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne staying at WolvesChelsea join United and Inter in £17m race for Chile winger SanchezAll the latest Chelsea news, features and opinion[LNB]  Explore more:People: Roman Abramovich Places: Turkey

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