Eredivisie option for Man City attacker Arzani

first_imgManchester City are set to ship Daniel Arzani on loan to the Netherlands. According to the World Game, the 21-year-old has flown to Europe over the weekend and will land in the Netherlands.Advertisement read also:World Cup squads: Ezenwa named among domestic players He is rumoured to be joining a mid-tier club in the Eredivisie. City has an agreement with NAC Breda to develop their youngsters. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img

What has Guus Hiddink done since he was last at Chelsea?

first_imgGuus Hiddink will become Chelsea interim manager for the second time in his career following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, having previously held the post in 2009.Mourinho was dismissed from his post on Thursday afternoon with Roman Abramovich turning to his old friend Hiddink once again.During his half a season in the Stamford Bridge hotseat, the Dutchman led the club to FA Cup victory and they came within a minute of reaching the Champions League final.Hiddink was lauded as a success at the Blues with the fans urging Roman Abramovich to sign him up permanently after only losing one game while in charge.But how has Hiddink done since his Stamford Bridge heroics?Click the arrow above, right, to see how his career has progressed – or regressed – since. Anzhi Makhachkala manager 2012-13 – Hiddink returned to Russia in 2012 for the newly rich Anzhi Makhachkala on an 18-month deal. After taking Anzhi to the Europa League quarter-finals for the first time, Hiddink announced his retirement at the end of the season. He reversed that decision but then unexpectedly resigned only two games into the new season, saying he left because he had completed his mission. 4 Netherlands manager 2014-15 – Hiddink’s most recent job was in charge of his own national side, where he replaced current Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal. He agreed to take charge of the Dutch until the 2016 European Championship with his assistant Danny Blind taking over from him after that. However, with the Netherlands on the brink of missing out of qualification, Hiddink was sacked and the Oranje will not be there in France next summer. 4 Turkey manager 2010-11 – Hiddink was a highly controversial character in the Turkish media during his time as the national coach there as he refused to live in the country and only visited intermittently. He was in charge for a sole qualifying campaign, which was an unsuccessful one as Turkey missed out on the European Championship and Hiddink promptly resigned. 4 4 Russia manager 2010 – Hiddink was Russia head coach between 2006 and 2010 but, due to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s close relationship with his country’s national set up, he was able to secure the Dutchman for the remainder of the 2009/10 season. However, his tenure at Russia ended poorly following his time in south west London, as he failed to take them to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa following a play-off defeat to Slovenia. last_img read more