Sport Tim Sherwood has taken temporary charge of Tottenham after andre Villas-Boas was sacked

Fabio Capello, Glenn Hoddle and Mauricio Pochettino are in the running for the Spurs job

Guus Hiddink still our manager, says Turkish FA

The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) have denied they have agreed terms for the departure of national team coach Guus Hiddink and do not expect any potential negotiations with Chelsea to begin until next week.

Terry: I'd love to see 'good guy' Hiddink back in charge of Chelsea

John Terry said yesterday that he would welcome the appointment of Guus Hiddink as the next Chelsea manager, with all the evidence now pointing to the Dutch coach being given the job in the next few weeks.

Chelsea target Guus Hiddink admits missing club football

Reported Chelsea target Guus Hiddink has admitted he misses the day-to-day nature of club management, but is refusing to be drawn on talk linking him with a return to the club.

Hiddink refuses to be drawn on return

Guus Hiddink has cooled talk of a return to Chelsea by claiming he is focusing only on his role with the Turkish national side.

Rafael Benitez agent denies approach from Turkey

The agent of Rafael Benitez has denied reports his client has held talks with Turkey about taking over the national team from coach Guus Hiddink.

Guus Hiddink agent won't rule out Chelsea return

The agent of Guus Hiddink today refused to rule out the Dutchman returning to frontline club management amid reports he is the number one target to succeed Carlo Ancelotti as Chelsea boss.

Dare Hiddink risk what can be a graveyard for reputations?

The men who do Roman Abramovich's bidding at Chelsea wasted no time yesterday in toppling the sixth manager to work for the Russian billionaire - which makes you believe that the next candidate has already been lined up.

Guus Hiddink reveals maintained Chelsea links

Guus Hiddink has revealed he has acted as an adviser to Chelsea since his spell as caretaker manager two years ago as he continues to be linked with a possible return to Stamford Bridge.

Carlo Ancelotti on the brink of Chelsea sack

Carlo Ancelotti flies to Copenhagen this morning with his Chelsea squad in the knowledge that defeat in Denmark could convince the club's owner, Roman Abramovich, to change his manager before the end of the season.

Chelsea begin search for Ray Wilkins replacement

Chelsea are on the lookout for a new assistant manager following the sudden departure of Carlo Ancelotti's right-hand man Ray Wilkins.

Van Marwijk clears the air after spat with Van Persie

Holland coach Bert van Marwijk has demanded unity among his World Cup players after Robin van Persie's angry outburst at being substituted in the 2-1 defeat of Slovakia threatened to derail his preparations for the quarter-final against Brazil.

Uruguay count on strong defence against Koreans

Uruguay v South Korea, Today, 3pm, ITV1, Port Elizabeth

Löw on the up: So just how good is the new-look Germany side?

Move over Ballack: this is a new cosmopolitan team

Liverpool confirm Benitez exit

Rafael Benitez has left Liverpool by mutual consent after six years as manager.

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