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Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink says he is satisfied with how the team have performed since he took temporary charge. Wholesale Authentic Jerseys . But the experienced Dutch coach admits that he is disappointed not to have taken the Blues further in the Champions League and the FA Cup.Hiddinks first stint as a caretaker at Stamford Bridge was a spectacular success in 2008/09, featuring just one defeat and victory in the FA Cup. He took over on an interim basis again in December, with the reigning champions struggling towards the foot of the table after a disastrous start to the campaign under Jose Mourinho. Guus Hiddink insists Chelseas players will take all their remaining games seriously Hiddink again masterminded a lengthy unbeaten run and has lifted Chelsea into the top half of the table, ahead of the visit of title-chasing Tottenham on Monday night, live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 7pm.But, on the other hand, Chelsea have only managed one Premier League home win since Hiddink was installed, went out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage and lost an FA Cup quarter final at Everton.Asked to mark his tenure out of 10, Hiddink said: Its difficult to give a figure. Im happy the team reacted when we were in a desperate situation, when people in this house started sweating, because there are experiences in the past where big clubs can go down as well.I came here in difficult circumstances. I had to restore the confidence and more in this team and club.From there on, Im satisfied with the reaction of the team.But Im not easily happy about myself.I wouldve loved to have gone into the next round of Champions League and the FA Cup final - if that had happened I would give myself a 10 plus. Chelsea were knocked out of the Champions League by PSG Chelsea will have influence at both ends of the table over the closing weeks as they could hand Leicester the title if they beat Spurs on Monday and then have games against Sunderland, Liverpool and Leicester themselves.And Hiddink says the squad have been informed that a below-par end to the campaign will not be well received.Weve had meetings about that, he said. They must finish it in an honourable way. Also See: Conte needs instant title bid Hazard vows to finish strong Terry hoping for Chelsea stay Willian targets Chelsea title China Jerseys Cheap . Boston is making its first appearance in the ALCS since 2008. 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Our Sky Sports Fantasy Football guru picks out a starting XI of young stars with the potential to shine in the Premier League this season.The likes of Dele Alli, Marcus Rashford and Ross Barkley emerged to post impressive points tallies last season, but who can follow in their footsteps and star in the 2016/17 campaign? Pick your team Which young stars are you backing to shine? Select your Sky Sports Fantasy Football team here. Matt Brocklebank highlights a starting XI of intriguing prospects for your Sky Sports Fantasy Football team... Eleven young players tipped to shine this season GOALKEEPERSJordan Pickford (£4.8m), SunderlandJack Butland was last seasons emerging star for Stoke as just one of seven goalkeepers to rack up triple figures in Sky Sports Fantasy Football having made the third most saves in the Premier League, but who will be the next breakthrough stopper? Liverpools 23-year-old summer signing Loris Karius catches the interest given Simon Mignolets fragility but is already priced up as a real contender for a starting berth at £6.6m. Jordan Pickford is committed to breaking through at Sunderland Sunderlands 22-year-old highly-rated Pickford is the prospect that really interests from a Fantasy perspective at a meagre £4.8m. His stats from last season are impressive to say the least, keeping 13 clean sheets from 24 appearances while on loan at Preston, with a percentage of 54.2 being the highest of any keeper to have played 10 times or more in Englands top four tiers.DEFENDERSTimothy Fosu-Mensah (£6.5) - Manchester UnitedThere has to be a chance that some of the United young guns blooded by Louis van Gaal last season will be forced to take more of a back seat under the new manager, but Fonsu-Mensah looks well placed to mount a serious bid for a place in the side. His versatility is a real asset as hes quite comfortable in a defensive midfield role as well as playing across the back four, with centre-back the place he probably wants to be. Timothy Fosu-Mensah holds off Dimitri Payet at Upton Park last season The 18-year-old possesses incredible pace and his performances towards the end of last season, although fairly limited, saw him called up to the Netherlands squad, which bodes well for the future. He might be a slow burner for Fantasy Football managers and may be worth monitoring until Uniteds plans become a little clearer, but those taking the plunge with the Dutchman from the start could be in an extremely strong position if Mourinho decides to put faith in him.Eric Bailly (£9.2m) - Manchester UnitedBailly has to carry the tag of being Jose Mourinhos first signing as Manchester United manager but many people at the club feel hes well up to the burden of such responsibility. Having reportedly cost somewhere in the region of £30m from Villarreal, Fantasy Football managers shouldnt be too put off by his £9.2m price and, having been spotted wearing the No 6 shirt in an early training session a few weeks back, theres a decent chance he could be right at the core of Mourinhos thinking. Eric Bailly in pre-season action against Wigan Mourinhos defensive-mindedness might not be to the liking of every United fan out there, but it should yield a bagful of clean sheets and Fantasy managers must consider Bailly closely given he weighs in £0.8m cheaper than likely centre-back partner Chris Smalling.Ben Gibson (£6.3m) - MiddlesbroughGibson is another who only just sneaks into the category as a pretty well-established 23-year-old, but hes probably not so well-known by many Premier League viewers and looks worthy of inclusion following an excellent contribution in Middlesbroughs promotion campaign from the Sky Bet Championship. Ben Gibson heads home his only goal of last season You get the impression Gibson cant have had it easy very early in his career, being the nephew of Boro chairman Steve Gibson, but hes matured pretty swiftly and helped his side concede just 31 goals last term, the best defensive record in the top four tiers of the English pyramid. With England assessing his progress and a number of other clubs reportedly interested, Gibson should be on the radar of every Fantasy Football manager.Joe Gomez (£6.4m) - LiverpoolGomez is another talented youngster who ended last season on the sidelines. He has suffered another injury setback but looks set to be available soon after the start of the season. Former Charlton full-back Gomez was part of the England U17 team that won the European Championship in Malta two years ago and it was in international colours - with the U18s - that he picked up his season-ending injury just seven matches into his Anfield career . He had made a really good impression until that point, including the odd appearance at centre-back, and although he claims a ruptured anterior knee ligament meant he had to learn how to walk again, his rehab has reportedly gone very well. Joe Gomez impressed before being struck by injury With major doubts around the Liverpool left-back position following the Europa League final, manager Jurgen Klopp could give Gomez his chance to shine there, or he may even be capable of pushing Nathaniel Clyne close for a starting spot on the opposite flank.MIDFIELDERSKenedy (£7.3m) - ChelseaThe name Kenedy might be a fairly familiar one now with Premier League viewers but its worth pointing out Chelseas Brazilian star is still just 20 years of age and he could have a big say in the upcoming campaign if afforded some game-time by new manager Antonio Conte. Kenedys versatiliity will be a big draw for the pragmatic Conte, who could be tempted to use him on the left side of midfield as his defensive capabilities are unquestionable following several outings as full-back under Guus Hiddink. Wholesale Jerseys Online. Kenedy is versatile and scored twice in five starts last term The youngster was only handed five starts in all competitions last season but still managed to score twice, including a superb first-minute strike against Norwich. Take on your mates Prove youre the best football manager by creating a league and inviting your mates here. Joshua Onomah (£7.5m) - TottenhamCompetition for places in the Tottenham line-up already looks to have increased in relation to last season, but every young player in the Spurs set-up is safe in the knowledge that theyll be handed opportunities somewhere along the line by manager Mauricio Pochettino. Moreover, they know that if they impress, theyll be trusted. Josh Onomah made eight substitute appearances last season Onomah has only made seven fleeting appearances but the local Enfield lad showed glimmers of promise when brought off the bench, without quite managing to get on the scoresheet. Theres room for improvement in his all-round game and the arrival of Eredivisie top scorer Vincent Janssen means hell have to push for an attacking midfield place, or out wide, rather than up front, but Onomah could be worth chancing given Spurs proven policy of eliciting progress from their under-21s.Jonathan Leko (£6.6m) - West BromDarren Fletcher was West Broms highest-scoring Fantasy Football contributor with 108 points last season and there must be a decent chance Leko can surpass that tally this time around. Born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo but capped at U16 and U17 level for England, the speedy winger impressed in just a handful of appearances towards the end of last season for the Baggies. Jonathan Leko impressed in the closing stages of last season The 17-year-old has been at the club since he was 11 and has been brought along steadily, but next term could see him take a big leap forward in his development. Tony Pulis was full of praise for the teen earlier this year and will be keen to inject a touch of attacking flair into his typically robust side. Duncan Watmore (£8.1m) - SunderlandNot many Premier League stars have a first-class degree in economics and business management but Watmore, who was given time off training to collect his honours last year, looks a special sort of talent on and off the pitch. Unsurprisingly given his massive workload while trying to juggle student life with Premier League survival at Sunderland, its Watmores industry and work ethic that make him stand out, although he also possesses an attacking instinct which could see him reward Fantasy managers handsomely. Duncan Watmore looks a first-class talent - and has a first-class degree He only scored 58 points in 2015/16, one point fewer than team-mate Lee Cattermole, but he was just about the only player in the Black Cats ranks who gave the home fans real hope during some of the grimmest months and its no surprise to see his asking price has risen from £3.8m to £8.1m, although much of that rise is due to enhanced transfer budget. He started six times last season but still managed three goals and looks a really smart prospect, in more ways than one.STRIKERSMichy Batshuayi (£11.5m) - ChelseaBelgiums embarrassment of riches in the centre-forward position - namely Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke and Divock Origi - meant Batshuayis game time was limited at Euro 2016, but he did grab a goal from the substitutes bench against Hungary. The 22-year-old scored 17 times in Ligue 1 last season and has become the most expensive sale in Marseilles history. Following in the footprints of Didier Drogba, he leaves the Stade Velodrome for Stamford Bridge and after scoring 33 goals in 78 appearances in total for the French club, Chelsea fans will be dreaming of the youngster eventually making a similar impact to club legend Drogba. Michy Batshuayi could make a major impact this season Theres an argument to suggest this season may come too soon for Batshuayi, especially with Diego Costa still very much considered the main man in the Blues forward ranks, but he is without doubt one of the brightest prospects to have joined the Premier League this summer and cannot be left out of calculations, despite his lofty price tag.Lys Mousset (£ 7.1m) - BournemouthI had a fair amount of offers, from Torino, CSKA Moscow, Tottenham and Sevilla but I felt Bournemouth [was the right club], Mousset said after sealing his move to the Vitality Stadium. Another rising French star, the Montivilliers-born forward has impressed in a short space of time for his big local club Le Harve in Ligue 2, scoring 14 goals in 34 appearances. Lys Mousset in action for France at the Toulon tournament Whether he snubbed Spurs or not, he will be given every chance to prove himself under the shrewd tutelage of Eddie Howe at Bournemouth and considering the progress of Callum Wilson and Josh King, Mousset could be the next major improver for the Cherries. Who makes your team? Not got a team? Select your Sky Sports Fantasy Football XI for free here. Also See: Sky Sports Fantasy Football Fixtures Live on Sky Get Sky Sports Premier League video NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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