Ageing team is a problem, says Hiddink

GUUS HIDDINK admits the new Chelsea manager will have to freshen up an ageing squad after signing off at Stamford Bridge with a comfortable victory over Blackburn.<br /><br />The Dutchman was given a rousing reception by the Blues faithful in his last home match of his temporary managerial reign.<br /><br />Goals in either half from Florent Malouda and Nicolas Anelka ensured the Blues capped the occasion with a win, but Hiddink admitted his successor &ndash; largely believed to be Carlo Ancelotti &ndash; will have a problem or two to address on his arrival.&nbsp;&ldquo;To be realistic in the upcoming years we have players who are ageing, but can perform,&rdquo; Hiddink said. &ldquo;It is up to the new management to solve. It&rsquo;s maybe humble advice to bring in even more depth, but people in the club know that.&rdquo;<br /><br />Anelka&rsquo;s 18th goal of the season brings him level with Cristiano Ronaldo in the Golden Boot charts.