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Manchester City manager Mark Hughes is aiming to get his transfer business completed as quickly as possible in an In Out Sheik The Transfer Market All About' effect.

Sparky has 'Loads a Money' to spend come January 2 (New Years Day is closed) however, he intends to spend the ADUG dosh wisely.

Talking to the media, Hughes said...

'Some deals cannot be done quickly. They can drag on and go right to the wire, up until the last day and the last hour.'

'We want to improve the quality we already have at the club. January gives us that opportunity to go into the market and acquire good players who will help us.'

'The ultimate aim is to have a squad that is flexible and balances and one which can mean any challenges thrown at it.'




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 12 2008

Time: 5:52PM

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I can't help but get that feeling that we may have to pay OTT for some of these players, Agents are greedy people. It used to be simple years ago, clubs agreed a fee and the player turned up and signed and played the next day, Now it just takes ages, The window in Januray should be two months long.
Buzz Lightyear
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12/12/2008 18:24:00

I see the window closes at 5.00 pm on Monday 2nd February. Ah well that's good, I won't half to stay up half the night thinking will they won't they.
alphieblues
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12/12/2008 19:19:00

I hope he has most of it all done and dusted well before Feb 2nd.....but that will still be an interesting day to sit and watch sky sports news all day again.......
lincolnblue
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13/12/2008 08:15:00

Only the best will be good enough, Hughesy. Firget Blackburn and what kept their fans happy. City fans want you to really aim for the stars!
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15/12/2008 04:18:00

 

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