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Mark Hughes: Should He Stay Or Go?

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?

To vote, click here.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday October 21 2008
Time: 10:01AM

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Comments

0
Whilst I am unhappy with some of hia tactics I think it is a definite should stay.
alphieblues
21/10/2008 10:09:00
0
I feel he is the best man for the job, given the current squad, i think he is doing the best he can.
ArabianKnight
21/10/2008 10:18:00
0
The poll vote looks very encouraging.
Tudor
21/10/2008 10:22:00
0
Get rid and get Juande Ramos in
Clevblue
21/10/2008 10:56:00
0
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
21/10/2008 12:47:00
0
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
21/10/2008 13:16:00
0
His next match is most important if he doesn't get a positive reaction from the players then the knives may be out.
alphieblues
21/10/2008 15:14:00
0
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
21/10/2008 17:12:00
0
can't believe you're questioning his future!
merlin
21/10/2008 20:43:00
0
Ridiculous question, a manager can't build a team in 5 mins.
Ghost of 76
21/10/2008 21:00:00
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