Monday, May 23, 2011

Blame Hiddink, not the emissions

Maybe we’re looking in the wrong place to explain some of the changes in the climate, admits one of Europe’s top soccer coaches:

Guus Hiddink has revealed a change in the climate at Chelsea since his spell as caretaker-manager two years ago.  
He wrote in his column in De Telegraaf: "It works well with Chelsea. Since I left two years ago I've been advising the club on things concerning the squad and I've noticed the attitude is much better. There has definitely been a change in climate at the club."
The Dutchman took over as caretaker-boss in February 2009 following the sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari and guided the Blues to the FA Cup, combining his role in west London with his duties as Russia manager.

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