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Mark Hughes: Should He Stay Or Go?

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There is a certain section of Manchester City fans who are becoming uneasy with Mark Hughes remaining as Blues boss. To sound out the feeling our poll asks...

Mark Hughes: Should He Stay Or Go?

On 4 June 2008, Mark Hughes signed a three-year deal, however since becoming City boss Sparky has had what can only be described as an interesting start.

The 44-year-old has been in charge of 15 competitive games.

Won - 8
Lost - 6
Drawn - 1

17 Jul UEFA Cup EB/Streymur 2:0
31 Jul UEFA Cup EB/Streymur 2:0
14 Aug UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland 0:1
17 Aug Premier League Aston Villa 2:4
24 Aug Premier League West Ham United 3:0
28 Aug UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland 1:0
31 Aug Premier League Sunderland 3:0
13 Sep Premier League Chelsea 1:3
18 Sep UEFA Cup AC Omonia 2:1
21 Sep Premier League Portsmouth 6:0
24 Sep Carling Cup Brighton and Hove Albion 2:2(lost on pens)
28 Sep Premier League Wigan Athletic 1:2
02 Oct UEFA Cup AC Omonia 2:1
05 Oct Premier League Liverpool 2:3
20 Oct Premier League Newcastle United 2:2

Our poll question is straight forward...

Mark Hughes: Should He Stay Or Go?

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 21 2008

Time: 10:01AM

Your Comments

Whilst I am unhappy with some of hia tactics I think it is a definite should stay.
alphieblues
I feel he is the best man for the job, given the current squad, i think he is doing the best he can.
ArabianKnight
The poll vote looks very encouraging.
Tudor
Get rid and get Juande Ramos in
Clevblue
He is the man for the job.....at the moment.......he needs time to build a better squad.......come the middle to end of next season, then we will know how good a job he is ...or isnt doing......that will be the time to decide......NOT BEFORE !!
lincolnblue
150% he should stay. Gobsmacked it's even being put to question so soon in his tenure. Haven't we been craving stability over the past 20+ years??
oliverblue
His next match is most important if he doesn't get a positive reaction from the players then the knives may be out.
alphieblues
I think he has to stay and fight. He's never looked a quitter to me and I think the fans will stick with him. But he has to start answering some very tough questions. Like, how come we are top scorers and top conceders too?
Sindbad
can't believe you're questioning his future!
merlin
Ridiculous question, a manager can't build a team in 5 mins.
Ghost of 76
stay , best man for the job
Kimbo
It might be a ridiculous question now ghost of 76 but perhaps we might be asking the same question next Sunday should Stoke turn us over.
Tudor
 

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