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Bookies Slash Odds On Hughes

Several bookmakers have slashed their odds from 16/1 to 8/1 and made Mark Hughes fourth favourite to be the first Premier League boss to leave his club this season.

Here are a few possibilities why punters are splashing the cash.

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Alan Curbishley 11/2 favourite to be the first to go while 13/2 Keegan; 7/1 Megson; 8/1 Hughes; 10/1 Ince; 12/1 Benitez; Hodgson; Moyes; Pulis; Southgate; 16/1 Brown; 20/1 Mowbray; Redknapp.

'It seems extraordinary that a new, high profile boss like Hughes might leave his club having barely taken charge but that's football, these days, and punters certainly believe it is a real possibility' said Wiiliam Hill's spokesman, Graham Sharpe.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 10 2008

Time: 3:31PM

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Cue headless chickens in Thaksin's stooge boardroom...
Johnny Baguette
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10/08/2008 15:39:00

"Just like fans of The Invisible CHAIRman, We're Not Really Here!!"
Johnny Baguette
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10/08/2008 15:40:00

No matter what is flying about, I cant believe Hughes will leave! He's never been a quitter, and I cant see him starting now. Then again, this is City ......
oliverblue
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10/08/2008 15:44:00

Could be that Danny Mills is behind all this in an effort to get a game with nobody else left....
Johnny Baguette
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10/08/2008 16:21:00

He's now 4-1 clear fav with Paddy Power and VCBet (11th Aug). Gulp!
oliverblue
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11/08/2008 20:47:00

 

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