According to the Daily Mail, "Chelsea is closer to naming Guus Hiddink
as their permanent manager after it emerged Dick Advocaat is being lined up to succeed
him as coach of Russia." While Hiddink has only been at the helm for a handful of matches, two big victories and an outpouring of positive responses from players and fans alike has team owner Roman Abramovich
"considering an approach for Advocaat as a possible solution" to fill Hiddink's full-time job as Russian national team coach should he agree to an
EPL contract extension.
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