Hiddink Gus Net Worth

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Place of Birth. Born in Farseveld (Holland).

player career. In 1967-1969. He played for "De Grafschap", the Dutch team of the first division. In 1970, Guus Hiddink was invited to play in PSV, Eindhoven (Holland) - a team with which he would subsequently achieve great success.

From 1977 to 1981 Gus plays for the German NEC, which loaned him out twice, first to the Washington Diplomats in 1978 and then to the San Jose Earthquakes in 1980.

1967-1970 - "De Grafschap" (Holland).

1970-1971 - PSV, Eindhoven (Holland).

1972-1977 - "De Grafschap" (Holland).

1977-1978 - NEK, Nijmegen (Holland).

1978 - "Washington Diplomats" (USA).

1978-1980 - NEK, Nijmegen (Holland).

1980 - "San Jose Airsquakes" (USA).

coaching career. In 1981, Guus Hiddink became an assistant coach at De Grafschap, and in 1984 he was invited to PSV as an assistant coach.

In 1983-1987. - PSV, Eindhoven (Holland), assistant head coach.

1987-1990 - PSV, Eindhoven (Holland), head coach.

1990-1991 - Fenerbahce, Istanbul (Turkey), head coach.

After a short spell with Turkey's Fenerbahce, Gus spends three years coaching Valencia.

From 1994 to 1998 Coach of the Dutch national team.

In 1998-1999 he headed Real Madrid, then worked for a month at Betis, after which he led the South Korean national team, with which he made it to the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup.

In 2002, Hiddink again became the head coach of PSV, Eindhoven (Holland). Under his leadership, the club became the Dutch champion in five seasons, won the Dutch Cup four times, won the 2003 Dutch Supercup, and won the Champions Cup in 1987-1988.

In 2005, Hiddink simultaneously led the Australian national team, which he led to the final stage of the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

In 2006 - 2010 - head coach of the national team of the Russian Federation.

In 2008, Hiddink was awarded the title of Honored Coach of Russia.

After the Russian team missed the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, talk began that Hiddink would not renew his contract with the RFU, ending in July 2010. In February 2010, the new president of the RFU, Sergei Fursenko, openly stated that the contract with Hiddink would not be extended. On February 13, this information was confirmed by the coach himself.

On February 14, 2010, the Dutch specialist signed a contract with the Turkish national team, where he officially took over as head coach on August 1, 2010. Under his leadership, the Turks fought in the qualifying tournament for the 2012 European Football Championship.

WITH On December 19, 2015, Hiddink was re-appointed as acting head coach.Chelsea", leading the team until the end of the season.

On September 1, 2024, Hiddink took charge of the CuraƧao national team. The contract was originally designed for two years until the end of the 2024 World Cup. But on September 9, 2024, Hiddink announced his retirement as a coach.

Achievements. Guus Hiddink became the first coach in history to lead two different teams to the semi-finals of the World Cup: in 1998 - the Dutch team, in 2002 - South Korea.

On the 2006 FIFA World Cup supervised Australian team, which, under his leadership, got to the first World Championship in the last 32 years and performed successfully, reaching the 1/8 finals.

V 2008 nand at the European Football Championship, the Russian team led by him, unexpectedly for many, reached the semi-finals, showing the best result in the last 20 years.