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Hiddink hints at Chelsea return

Guus Hiddink has not ruled out a return to Barclays Premier League side Chelsea following the termination of his contract as Turkey coach by mutual consent.

The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) announced Hiddink had left the role on Wednesday following the national team's failure to reach next summer's European Championship.

Tuesday night's 3-0 aggregate defeat to Croatia in the Euro 2012 play-offs brought an end to Turkey's hopes of reaching the tournament in Poland and Ukraine.

Hiddink managed Chelsea between February and May 2009, leading them to FA Cup success. He has a good relationship with the Blues' Russian owner Roman Abramovich, and has again spoken fondly about his time in London.

"I'm going to take some time off and then we will see what happens, but I had a wonderful time in England," Hiddink said in quotes reported by the Daily Telegraph.

"It was great at Chelsea, a terrific time, but that doesn't mean I am ready to start tomorrow. I need some time to reflect."

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