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Mark Hughes - Excuses Excuses Excuses *Video*

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Following on from Sundays 0-2 away defeat at Bolton, Manchester City boss Mark Hughes had nothing but excuses, excuses, excuses post match!!

Personally, I like the chap; (not that it matters one bean) nevertheless, I am getting fed up with his excuses, excuses, excuses.

Click here to watch Sparky's post match interview.

Does anyone out there have an opinion? I thought so!!




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 2 2008

Time: 8:33PM

Your Comments

depressing to watch
ArabianKnight
Yeah but hes right! Our moral is terrible!
mcfcthriller
The time for excuses is over. Unless we start picking up points against these teams, our season will be dead in the water.
oliverblue
I couldn't have put it any better oliverblue.
Tudor
yes I am also depressed.......but mainly with the players........my only concern with anythin MH is doing is Richards at LB.......he tried it...it doesnt work....... ...FFS try Bertie there........ .....some of the players need to up their passion.......and their fire.....
lincolnblue
Hughes should I think have accepted some blame for the alarming drop in form exhibited in the last two games. We were scoring goals for fun but conceding almost as fast. Now we have stopped scoring with no improvement in defence.
Sindbad
 

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