Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink says that he won’t bother to give incoming coach Antonio Conte with any feedback before he leaves the Premier League club in the summer.
Hiddink came in for Jose Mourinho in December after the Portuguese was sacked for poor performances but he has said that he is reluctant to have his say when Conte and his staff arrive at Stamford Bridge.
The Dutchman told the club’s official website: “His assistants are watching videos and live games, but because I want to have fair treatment directly for the players I’m not going to give judgement.
“I didn’t want information when I started, everyone has his view, right or wrong. On top of that, they are clever and experienced enough to make their own judgements.”
Chelsea had a terrible defense of their title as they failed to even qualify for the UEFA Champions League or make the Europa League spot.
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