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Terry plans to send Hiddink off to Russia with a trophy.

CHELSEA captain John Terry insists the players are determined to give interim coach Guus Hiddink Guus Hiddink (born 8 November 1946 in Varsseveld) is a Dutch football manager. He managed PSV Eindhoven between 2002-2006. Throughout his entire managerial career, he is best recognised for winning the treble with PSV Eindhoven, leading South Korea to a 4th place finish in the  a day to remember by winning the FA Cup.

Terry maintains the Chelsea squad are not thinking about who Hiddink's successor may be as they want to remain focused on providing the Dutchman with a victorious FA Cup send-off.

Hiddink is set to quit Chelsea after today's FA Cup final against Everton and return to his main role as Russia's national coach.

Milan's Carlo Ancelotti Carlo Ancelotti (born June 10, 1959 in Reggiolo) is a former footballer and current coach of Serie A club A.C. Milan. He is currently the longest-tenured manager in Serie A, having been with Milan since November 2001.  is tipped to replace Hiddink as Chelsea coach, but Terry insists that his team-mates do not care about who comes in because they are focused on winning the trophy for the Dutchman.

"We don't know who is coming in," said Terry.

"But at the minute we don't really care about that.

"We care about Guus Hiddink. When you see him around and how he deals with players and people, he gets respect because he has an aura."

Chelsea expect to welcome back Frank Lampard Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled until (UTC) due to vandalism.  and Alex to their squad, while Everton's selection poser is whether to play Louis Saha or youngster Jack Rodwell.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 30, 2009
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