New Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has been sensationally sacked from his new post after only a week in the job, according to a report in a West Ham pub.
Hiddink, prised from his full-time job as the coach of the Russian national team, turned up for training today, and was told that his attitude towards the squad was, as is often the case in his native Holland, "too libertarian".
He was then asked to leave.
According to the 'source', Mr Hiddink has spent a lot of time in Amsterdam, partaking of its many liberal qualities.
It's the shortest spell of management by any manager in the Premier League, and a direct result of the laid-back attitude that Dutch people have towards a multitude of 'sensitive issues', sex and drugs being just two of them.
Jose Mourinho was seen in Knightsbridge this morning.