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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

Your Comments

Cue headless chickens in Thaksin's stooge boardroom...
Johnny Baguette
"Just like fans of The Invisible CHAIRman, We're Not Really Here!!"
Johnny Baguette
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
Could be that Danny Mills is behind all this in an effort to get a game with nobody else left....
Johnny Baguette
He's now 4-1 clear fav with Paddy Power and VCBet (11th Aug). Gulp!
oliverblue
 

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