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Guus Hiddink
Hiddink in 2012
Personal information
Full name Guus Hiddink[1]
Date of birth (1946-11-08) 8 November 1946 (age 77)[1]
Place of birth Varsseveld, Netherlands
Position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
SC Varsseveld
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1967–1970 De Graafschap
1970–1972 PSV Eindhoven 30 (1[2])
1972–1977 De Graafschap 130 (9[2])
1977–1981 NEC Nijmegen 104 (2[2])
1978Washington Diplomats (loan) 13 (4[3])
1980San Jose Earthquakes (loan) 15 (0[3])
1981–1982 De Graafschap 25 (0[2])
Total 317 (16)
Teams managed
1983–1987 PSV (assistant)
1987–1990 PSV
1990–1991 Fenerbahçe
1991–1993 Valencia
1994 Valencia
1995–1998 Netherlands
1998–1999 Real Madrid
2000 Real Betis
2001–2002 South Korea
2002–2006 PSV
2005–2006 Australia
2006–2010 Russia
2009 Chelsea (interim)
2010–2011 Turkey
2012–2013 Anzhi Makhachkala
2014–2015 Netherlands
2015–2016 Chelsea (interim)
2018–2019 China U21
2020–2021 Curaçao
2021–2022 Curaçao (technical director)
2022 Australia (assistant)
Honours
Men's football
Representing  Russia (as manager)
UEFA European Championship
Bronze medal – third place 2008 Austria–Switzerland
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Guus Hiddink (born 8 November 1946) is a Dutch football player turned manager.

Russia[change | change source]

Hiddink is better known as a trainer. He is a very successful trainer. He trained the Russia national team, and Zenit St. Petersburg club. He also coached the Netherlands national team (Oranje, Orange) and won several tournaments. He is generally considered one of the greatest football trainers of all time. After he made the Russian National team almost World Champion (even defeating the renowned Dutch team) he became a national Russian hero.

He got a statue in Moscow and several newborn boys in Russia were given "Guus" as a first name to honour him.

South Korea[change | change source]

Hiddink has coached the Korea Republic national team in the early 2000s. He managed to get the team in the semi-finals for the first time in South Korean football history. For this, the South Koreans built a stadium in his honour. It was build in the cityn of Gwangju and was named "Guus Hiddink Stadium".

Chelsea[change | change source]

Hiddink coached the British club Chelsea in 2009. He succeeded their former coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. He did a much better job and thanks to Hiddink Chelsea made many victories. Commentators said that Hiddink: "had rejuvenated Chelsea following Scolari's departure". Hiddink won the FA Cup with Chelsea that year, beating Everton 2-1 in the final.

Managerial statistics[change | change source]

Team From To Record
G W D L GF GA GD Win % Source
PSV Eindhoven 16 March 1987[4] 30 June 1990[4] 153 104 28 21 401 137 +264 067.97 [5][6][7][8][9][10]
Fenerbahçe 1 July 1990[11] 13 March 1991[12][13] 29 13 7 9 54 51 +3 044.83 [14][15]
Valencia 1 July 1991[16] 30 November 1993[16] 112 56 26 30 189 121 +68 050.00 [17][18][19][20][21]
Valencia 26 March 1994[16] 30 June 1994[16] 8 3 3 2 16 8 +8 037.50 [19]
Netherlands 1 January 1995[22] 12 July 1998 39 22 8 9 82 31 +51 056.41 [23]
Real Madrid 10 July 1998[24] 24 February 1999[24] 34 20 4 10 74 47 +27 058.82 [25][26][27]
Real Betis 1 February 2000[28] 31 May 2000[28] 16 3 6 7 13 22 −9 018.75 [29]
South Korea 1 January 2001[30][31] 8 July 2002[32] 38 14 13 11 45 43 +2 036.84 [33]
PSV Eindhoven 1 August 2002[32] 30 June 2006[34] 192 128 35 29 423 153 +270 066.67 [35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42][43][44][45]
Australia 22 July 2005[46] 9 July 2006[47] 13 8 2 3 28 11 +17 061.54 [48]
Russia 10 July 2006[47] 30 June 2010[49] 39 22 7 10 66 34 +32 056.41
Chelsea 16 February 2009[50] 31 May 2009[51] 22 16 5 1 41 19 +22 072.73 [52]
Turkey 1 August 2010[53] 16 November 2011[54] 16 7 4 5 18 15 +3 043.75
Anzhi Makhachkala 17 February 2012[55] 22 July 2013[56] 62 33 15 14 89 52 +37 053.23 [57][58][59]
Netherlands 1 August 2014 30 June 2015 10 4 1 5 20 15 +5 040.00
Chelsea 19 December 2015 15 May 2016 27 10 11 6 53 34 +19 037.04
China U21/U23 10 September 2018 20 September 2019 6 3 3 0 18 4 +14 050.00
Curaçao 22 August 2020 9 September 2021[60] 6 3 2 1 15 3 +12 050.00
Total 822 469 180 173 1,645 800 +845 057.06

Honours[change | change source]

Player[change | change source]

De Graafschap

San Jose Earthquakes

Manager[change | change source]

PSV Eindhoven

Netherlands

Real Madrid

South Korea

  • FIFA World Cup Fourth place: 2002

Russia

Chelsea

Individual

References[change | change source]

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