Done & Dusted: UCL Winner Signs For Chelsea, To Feature In Chelsea Next Game Against Watford

The Blues have officially announced the signing of Dutch international manager Guus Hiddink as their interim manager, pending when a permanent coach will be signed at the end of the season.

The Stamford Bridge outfit ended Former Boss Jose Mourinho second spell with Chelsea last week, after a poor run of form by the Blues in which they were just a point above relegation zone.

Hiddink had previously managed Chelsea before, when he replaced sacked Brazilian tactician Luiz Felipe Scolari as interim manager in the second half of 2008/2009 season.

During his first spell with the Blues, the former Real Madrid boss led Chelsea to FA Cup title, while losing just one EPL match for the Blues.

The 69 years old manager is well experienced, having manager teams such as Real Madrid, Real Betis, PSV Eindhoven, Holland national team, South Korea national team among other big teams.

However, Hiddink biggest achievement as a club manager in Europe is the European Cup now UEFA Champions League Cup, in which he won with PSV Eindhoven in 1988.

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