After Chelsea's 1-0 loss to Everton today, Carlo Ancelotti was removed from the post of the Blues' manager. Thanks to a mid-season collapse in form, Chelsea has finished this year without a trophy. Despite a recent resurgence that has seen Chelsea move up to second, it wasn't enough to secure the Italian's job. Roman Abramovich has hinted at who could be his potential successor, with Guus Hiddink in the front-running. Ancelotti will most likely not be out of a job for long, with many clubs looking for new managers after dismal seasons. Compare this to the situation at Arsenal, where Arsene Wenger hasn't won a trophy with the Gunners for 6 years. Just shows how ruthless Chelsea is when looking for success.