Mark Hughes

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Stoke City's performance against Manchester City gave Mark Hughes' men lots of praise, especially because of how they can completely overwhelmed a much superior side with such an ease. Although thankful will all of those fine words being aimed as his side, but Hughes now has a major concern instead, which is making his side…
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Stoke City picked up a precious win this weekend as they defeated one of the league favorite, Manchester City 2-0 at Brittania stadium. That victory brought joy for Stoke's boss, Mark Hughes, who admitted that their victory happened because of the team success in executing the game tactics. Hughes stated that his team's success in…
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After parting ways with Tony Pulis not long ago, Stoke City have finally got themselves a new manager as the club announce that former Manchester United star, Mark Hughes will be taking charge of things at Brittania Stadium starting from next season. Not having a convincing recent record in Premier League, especially with Queens Park…
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Just as many have been predicting recently, soon after the sacking of Mark Hughes, Queens Park Rangers have officially appointed former Tottenham Hotspur boss, Harry Redknapp as replacement. Redknapp signed a 2 1/2 years deal with QPR and will try to lift the club from their current poor position in the bottom of Premier League…
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Southampton boss Nigel Adkins shared his views about the recent sackings happening in the Premier League, involving Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, which saw both Roberto di Matteo along with Mark Hughes losing their jobs. Adkins believes that those events showed that there's no difference in the Premier League in terms of treatment for managers…
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Another managerial sacking occurred in the Premier League as bottom of the table side, Queens Park Rangers, finally decide to part way with Mark Hughes, after previously denying rumors about dismissing the tactician. Hughes failure in getting any win for QPR until match day 12 of the Premier League, seems to be more than enough…
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Queens Park Rangers latest defeat against Southampton on the weekend raises more questions regarding the future of QPR boss Mark Hughes as his team are yet to win any single league games up till now. The rumors got heated after there was a two hour meeting between Hughes and the club's chief executive Philip Beard,…
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The defeat against Sunderland in the weekend puts Queens Park Rangers in a very low situation at the moment as not only they're sitting in the bottom of table, Mark Hughes men are the only side without a win until match day 12. Despite of the difficult time, Hughes is still confident that his side…
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Another disappointment arrived for Queens Park Rangers as the ambition in ending their winless streak went totally wrong as Mark Hughes' men were humiliated in front of their home fans by Southampton. Commenting about his side's 3-1 defeat against the Saints, QPR boss Mark Hughes admitted that his team were playing pretty poorly on Saturday…
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Queens Park Ranger are still without a win in their Premier League campaign this season, but manager Mark Hughes said that spirit remains high at the club ahead of their Saturday clash against Southampton. Hughes also said that there are no doom and gloom attitude in the training ground from the players as they're optimistic…
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Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes staying positive ahead of his team's clash against Southampton this weekend as Hughes continue to expect a victory will eventually arrive for QPR. Yet to find any win in the Premier League this season, Hughes hopes that they can finally end that poor run against the Saints on Saturday,…
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With both teams sitting in the bottom end of league table, the match between Queens Park Rangers against Southampton on Saturday could also an important one for the future of both sides' managers. However, the Saints' boss Nigel Adkins doesn't believes that the weekend's result will threatened his or Hughes' future. Adkins acknowledged that both…