Sparky's Body Language Leaves Cause For Concern
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Even to the untrained eye, Manchester City fans looking at Mark Hughes body language following Sunday's away defeat at WBA leaves cause for concern.
The Welshman is undoubtedly under pressure, which is only to be expected; nevertheless, this man knows his future at the club is slowly but surely coming to an end.
When asked by the BBC's commentator, 'are you under pressure? the ex-Manchester United player said...
'Well there's going to be pressure because that's the world we live in.'
'It's results orientated and you have to get results on the board. We're disappointed because we know we haven't shown as much level of performance were capable of in recent weeks but it's not through the lack of trying.'
'It's a phase were going through at the moment and it's a little bit difficult as there is a little bit of speculation, in fact, a huge amount of speculation regarding what's going on at the club, or what may go on in the future, so I don't think that's helped.'
The video clip lasts 5 minutes, 10 seconds and can be viewed here.
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