Hiddink’s separation anxiety has Russia worried

Guus Hiddink seems to be making a bit of a meal leaving Chelsea. He says he will be back and forth to support the club.
“Unofficially, I will keep my connection with the club,” he said as he prepared for tomorrow’s game at home to Blackburn Rovers. “By supporting them, by coming to visit every now and then.”
Forget the fact that Carlo Ancelotti or Frank Rijkaard might have problems with this seemingly innocuous Big Brother attitude.
Can Russia handle the distraction? Hiddink’s entertaining notions of staying on at Chelsea had its star player airing his worries in public.

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