THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) Guus Hiddink will replace Louis van Gaal as coach of the Netherlands national team after the World Cup.
Russia's football federation has imposed a six-game ban on Guus Hiddink for shoving a referee during his final match as coach of Anzhi Makhachkala.
The federation said Wednesday the measure would apply to six Russian league games if Hiddink takes up another coaching job.
Hiddink, who had signed a one-year contract extension in June, resigned unexpectedly on Monday following...
Guus Hiddink left his post as coach of Russia's Anzhi Makhachkala on Monday, just a month after signing a contract extension.
The team announced that he will be replaced by Rene Meulensteen, who joined the staff this month from Manchester United.
Hiddink's contract was renewed for one year in June, but Anzhi subsequently got off to a stuttering start in the Russian Premier...
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July 22, 2013
Guus Hiddink has been watching Newcastle in the last few games, and the Anzhi Makhachkala manger seems to have formed a good opinion about the current Newcastle side, and he thinks they are a good side who don’t wait back – and they have modern players with skill, and they are what Guus calls a [...]
Guus Hiddink, the Anzhi Makhachkala manager and former interim manager at Chelsea, has come out today and told Sky Sports that Newcastle are now a strong team – and that he saw replays of the the game against Swansea – and to use Hiddink’s own words – Newcastle were dominating, dominating, dominating at Swansea and only lost [...]
Guus Hiddink has refused to rule out the possibility of returning to Chelsea at the end of the season.
The 66-year-old Dutchman, who currently manages Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia, had previously he hinted might be about to retire, but has now revealed his interest in taking on a new challenge.
Hiddink enjoyed a successful three months as caretaker boss at Stamford Bridge in 2009...
Former Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink says he plans to retire from management at the end of Anzhi Makhachkala’s season.
Anzhi Makhachkala boss Guus Hiddink has no doubt that Liverpool will return to the lofty status they enjoyed the last time the Dutch coach found himself facing off against the Reds.
Hiddink took the reins at Chelsea for the final three months of the 2008-09 season, a campaign which saw the Reds finish second and narrowly miss out on the Barclays Premier League title.
Guus Hiddink will lead Russia's richest team, Anzhi Makhachkala, after he was hired as its new manager on Friday. ESPN reports that Anzhi Makhachkala signed Hiddink to an 18-month deal. The 65-year-old is excited for his new role, and spoke out about on Anzhi's website. "I am glad to have been given this opportunity," Hiddink said. "What is especially important...
Russian club Anzhi Makhackala says it has signed Guus Hiddink to an 18-month contract.
After signing the contract, Hiddink headed to Turkey where the team was training.
Anzhi is owned by Suleiman Kerimov, a Kremlin-connected billionaire from Dagestan, the Caspian province in southern Russia where the club is based. It signed forward Samuel Eto'o from Inter Milan last summer...