Guus Hiddink broke Wembley smoking ban

Ollie Irish

1st, June 2009

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Departing Chelsea boss falls victim to British bureaucracy
guustab.gifA very bad artist’s impression of Guss Hiddink smoking a tab
Super Guus could receive a fine for lighting up a celebratory cigar at Wembley, after Chelsea’s 2-1 win against Everton in Saturday’s FA Cup Final.
The Dutchman was caught on camera with said stogie as he celebrated the success in Chelsea’s dressing room.
The punishment for smoking in enclosed public and work places is a £50 fine, although the FA could receive a whopping £2,500 fine for allowing Hiddink to smoke at the Home of Football.
I doubt Brent Council will take any action, but it’s ridiculous that anyone should deny Guus the opportunity to light up a fat one. It’s the least he deserves.

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  1. chas says:

    How many Chelsea players did Guus kill with is cigar smoke? NONE. Guus and the FA, who own the stadium can afford any fine, unlike publicans that have had to pay hefty fines.

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