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Next Casualty - Mark (I haven't a clue) Hughes

Next Casualty - Mark (I haven't a clue) Hughes

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Mark (I haven't a clue) Hughes is now odds-on favourite to lose his Manchester City job.

Before today's humiliating defeat against bottom side WBA the Baggies boss Tony Mowbray was the original bookies favourite, but not anymore.

William Hill has slashed the odds to 5/6 while other bookmakers are quickly joining suit.

Graham Sharpe from William Hill said...

'Sitting in the bottom three will not play well with City's new owners and it will make it all the more difficult to attract big name players to the club to help achieve their ambition of Champions League football.'

Click www.oddschecker.com for more.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday December 21 2008
Time: 4:42PM

Comments

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Any idea who is suitable and available to replace Hughes? I haven't a clue!
Hbrock
21/12/2008 16:56:00
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Les Chapman.
Johnny Baguette
21/12/2008 16:59:00
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The chosen one isn't available, but at a price he might be!
Tudor
21/12/2008 17:04:00
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Good one JB...even a kit man can do better than MH.. but how about KK or Sven... they are bound to attract a lot of attention and players.
Hbrock
21/12/2008 17:06:00
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Hughes must go. I would rather a random 12 City seasonholders choose our targets for January. 12 good men and true.
Sindbad
21/12/2008 17:37:00
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Sven
Buzz Lightyear
21/12/2008 17:56:00
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Jim Cassell temporary than Didier Deschamps.
city 81
21/12/2008 18:23:00
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Sven, no thanks, KK Yes!
mcfcthriller
21/12/2008 18:42:00
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Jim Cassell yes
mcfcthriller
21/12/2008 18:43:00
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KK absolutely not his tactics are worse than Sparkys
Buzz Lightyear
21/12/2008 19:07:00
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