Hiddink Start Concerned With Degradation Threats
LONDON- Achieved a 3-3 draw against Everton Chelsea make Guus Hiddink worry. The Chelsea coach admits that he began to worry about the threat of relegation that haunts his team.
Hiddink has a tough task to lift the Blues from the bottom of the standings. Although alongside Hiddink, the Blues are unbeaten, but the Blues also have not been able to get out from under the board.
With the addition of one of these points, Chelsea are now ranked 14th with 25 points from 22 games. John Terry et al only six points ahead of the team ranked 18th, Swansea City are packing 19 points.
"Degradation is real. We have two tough games are already waiting for us (against Arsenal and Watford). If you do not get points, you do not know what to do other teams. Premier League can surprise you," said Hiddink.
"We really wanted to climb to the top, but we also have to be realistic because we are only six points clear of the relegation zone. It is also a reality.
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