There's not a shred of truth in Chelsea link to Spurs keeper Gomes, says Guus
17 April 2009 04:36
Guus Hiddink has leapt to the defence of under-fire Petr Cech and insisted the Chelsea goalkeeper has not lost his confidence despite his recent gaffes.
The Blues head into tomorrow's FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal knowing they must reverse a collapse that has seen them concede seven goals in two matches against Bolton and Liverpool.
Cech admitted he was at fault for two of the goals in the 4-4 Champions League draw with Liverpool on Tuesday night.
The usually unflappable Czech stopper later defended his form and even Hiddink raised an eyebrow at his uncharacteristic mistakes after the game.
But Hiddink, who has rubbished reports he has advised Chelsea to sign Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes, has given Cech his full support ahead of tomorrow's clash at Wembley.