Former player of the St. Petersburg “Zenith” Vladimir Bystrov spoke about his relationship with the ex-coach of the Russian national team Guus Hiddink, Sport24 reports.
“With Gus every day in touch, of course. He taught me how to dance, what do you think? What? Sexy. Of course, he is fine with dancing. He showed me how to do it,” Bystrov said.
Hiddink coached the Russian national team from 2006 to 2010. With the national team of Russia, the Dutch specialist won the bronze in the 2008 European Championship. In the 1/4 final match, Russia beat the Netherlands (3:1), and lost to Spain (0:3) in the semifinals. Bystrov played two matches at that tournament, without scoring scores.
Earlier, Guus Hiddink shared his opinion about the coach of the St. Petersburg “Zenith” Sergei Semak.