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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday January 3 2009
Time: 5:45PM

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We sent in Hughesy to destroy your club. I see everything is going as planned.....
ForeverUnited
03/01/2009 17:57:00
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City callers on Talk Sport, and I mean every single one want Mark Hughes to go. Do you agree, coz I bloody well do. As ForeverUnited said, he's a rag and is doing what he can to destroy our club.
Tudor
03/01/2009 18:00:00
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as i said in the item you kindly published on this website hughes should have gone after the drop into the relegation zone, we have been an embarassement(more than normal) under his 'guidance ship,and for any one who says who can we get into replace him/who would come to city.does it really matter who we get as im sure virtually any semi decent manager could get better performances than this dopey git.phil brown showed more passion in a three minute on the pitch half time bollocking of his hull team than mark huges has in his whole time in charge.feel free to discuss!!! im going to take some aspirin and lie down for a while!
italia7482
03/01/2009 18:09:00
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p.s.is this the SURPRISE Gary Cook was talking about!
italia7482
03/01/2009 18:10:00
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Hey, Fu, Sparky's ours.. Keep your hands off him! :D
JT_daniel
03/01/2009 18:12:00
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I think some of you are overreacting a bit here guys. take this from a Rovers fan - we went on a ten match winless run in Nov/Dec last season and got knocked out of the FA Cup 4-1 by Coventry at home. We finished 7th in May... just some food for thought.
Mikey D
03/01/2009 18:42:00
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JT_daniel - Sorry but with over 250 appearances for us, he's a red thru and thru. But seriously though, were you this bad when you didnt have all this money to spend? The money has gone to your players' heads and in a very bad way obviously.
ForeverUnited
03/01/2009 18:49:00
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Sorry. Mike, but you achieved nothing under Hughes and what you have just typed underlines our concerns. I wasn't aware of that statistic. He has resources at City who have gone backwards since the Thai's did for Svennis. This isn't a acase of some of us either. I have yet to encounter a comment from a Blue either by text or across the net who can justify Hughes' staying on.
Johnny Baguette
03/01/2009 18:50:00
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Keep on keeping on City. I am off out now and looking forward to having a drink in th enext 30 mins with my Reddish blue mates. See ya in the Grey Horse, I'll be the one with a smile.
greyhound
03/01/2009 19:27:00
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Achieved nothing? Trophies wise - no your absolutely correct but only a lack of funds prevented that, hence the slump. But in three/four years he got us to 4 cup semis, to Europe twice and has left us in a good state (which Ince almost ruined). With a meagre budget (at Rovers) that he had at his disposal, he did well. Letting him go would be a big mistake on your clubs part my friend.
Mikey D
03/01/2009 19:41:00
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