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(From The Moscow Times)
Guus Hiddink, coach of Russia's national football team, looked relaxed Saturday night as he leaned back in an armchair in the lobby bar in the Marriott Royal Aurora.
But it was probably the last quiet night that the Dutchman would enjoy for the next few weeks.
On Sunday morning, Hiddink and the team left for the Rottach-Egern training camp in Germany for 10 days of training ahead of the European Championship.
Sipping his favorite drink, a cappuccino, the coach talked up his team's long-shot bid in the European Championship and dismissed speculation that he might take over as manager of the Chelsea football club. He spoke enthusiastically about the future of Russian football and …