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OFFICIAL: Guus Hiddink is no longer the head coach of China U22

OFFICIAL: Guus Hiddink is no longer the head coach of China U22

Coach Guus Hiddink is not on the list of coaching teams for the Chinese U22 team announced by the Chinese football association.

On the afternoon of September 19th, the Chinese Football Association announced a list of the coaching staff of the Chinese U22 team to prepare for the upcoming tournaments, with a focus on the Asian U23 finals in Thailand, is also the 2020 Olympic qualifier. According to this list, Gao Hongbo becomes the head coach, Hao Wei is the executive coach.

This means that Guus Hiddink will no longer play the role of Chinese U22 coach. According to Sohu, the Dutch strategist ended his one-year contract and did not bring many positive signs to the team.

During the one year leading U22 China, Hiddink had only one victory, one draw and lost until 4. He became one of the worst coaches to lead U22 China in history.

OFFICIAL: Guus Hiddink is no longer the head coach of China U22

The Dutch strategist took office on September 10th and spent 375 days as the China U22 coach. Despite this, he spent most of his time in the Netherlands and only went to China shortly before the team played. This made fans in this country unhappy.

In early September, China U22 had 2 friendly matches. They were held 1-1 before DPR Korea U22 and lost 0-2 to Vietnam U22. After this match, many people criticized the use of Hiddink's people for not calling young players of high form to the team.