Guus Hiddink is considered to be one of the best managers of his generation worldwide.
He started his managerial role in March 1987 at PSV Eindhoven winning the European Cup one year later as part of PSV’s 1988 treble. With Real Madrid he won the Intercontinental Cup in 1998. In 2009 he took Chelsea to a FA Cup win and the Champions League semi final in which Chelsea lost out to eventual winners Barcelona on away goals. Hiddink also previously managed Fenerbahce, Valencia and Betis Sevilla.
Hiddink gained world fame as national team coach, taking both Holland (1998) and Korea (2002) to the FIFA World Cup semi final. Although Korea had not won a single game in their five previous World Cup appearances in 2002 they beat Poland, Portugal, Italy and Spain on their way to the last four.
On 16 November 2005 Hiddink lead Australia to their first World Cup finals in 32 years after beating Uruguay in a penalty shoot-out. The Aussies went on to their best ever finish in the FIFA World Cup 2006.
Hiddink took Russia to the EURO2008 semi finals with a famous 3-1 win in the quarter final, against his home nation Holland.
Guus Hiddink has been the manager of the Turkish National Team and was most recently the manager of Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala. In his first season, he led the team to the bronze medal in the Russian Premier League. In his second season, Anzhi made it to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Europa League for the first time.
Dutch Premier League: 1987, 1988, 1989, 2003, 2005, 2006. Dutch FA Cup: 1988, 1989, 1990, 2005. Dutch Super Cup: 1993. European Cup: 1988. Champions League semi final: 2005.
Intercontinental Cup: 1998.
FA Cup: Winners 2009. Champions League semi final: 2009.
FIFA World Cup 1998: semi final
FIFA World Cup 2002: semi final
FIFA World Cup 2006: 2nd round
EURO2008: semi final