Following the shock loss to Slovenia, which pushed Russia out of next summers World Cup, rumours have begun to swirl of Guus Hiddink's future.
The highly respected Dutch manager took the helm of Russia in April of 2006 and lead them to stunning semi-final finish in the Euro 2008. In a unique move this past February he split duties with Chelsea, managing the English Premier League side following the sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari. His short four month tenure in London concluded with a FA Cup triumph over Everton resulting in many suggesting Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich to secure his services on a full-time basis.
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