London, June 15: Ruud Gullit has been sacked from his four million-pound-a-year job after being branded a playboy by the president of Chechnya.
The former Chelsea boss suffered an extraordinary personal attack from Ramzan Kadyrov, president of Russian club Terek Grozny, The Sun reports.
And Gullit admitted after last night’s 1-0 defeat to Amkar Perm: “The result does not matter. I was on my way out anyway.”
Gullit, 48, was appointed Terek coach in January but soon fell out with Kadyrov, also president of Russian republic Chechnya.
A club statement declared: “Ramzan Kadyrov is very unhappy with Ruud Gullit’s approach to his obligations. Instead of working hard he thinks mostly about the bars and discos. Not only did he return two days later than the rest of the team after the recent international break, he then preferred to take the footballers to a nightclub.”
The team which was given the task of qualifying for the Europa League is trailing 14th out of 16. (ANI)