Guus Hiddink's agent admits the Dutchman would "definitely be interested in hearing from the Football Association" if they approached him to take over
from Sven-Goran Eriksson. It was announced on Monday that Eriksson will step down after the forthcoming World Cup in Germany and Hiddink's agent Cees
van Nieuwenhuizen admits the PSV Eindhoven and Australia coach would be open to offers.
I can't help feeling it would be wrong for england to take a second foreign coach on the trot, although it was mooted by someone in the FA last week.
Surely it's time to blood an experienced 'British' manager like O'Neill and lift the whole of the coaching staff.
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