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48,000 City Fans Singing Hughes OUT?

48,000 City Fans Singing Hughes OUT?


With a full house against Hamburg on Thursday, there is a real possibility 48,000 Manchester City fans might be left with no option but to sing MARK HUGHES OUT & YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING.

Make no mistake the tide is turning with the anti- Hughes camp gathering momentum. The boo brigade was out in force following the 3-1 home defeat against Fulham on Sunday and then to add insult to injury someone was heard to boo Hughes during his post match interview.

I for one have spread the pro-Hughes message ever since his appointment but even my patience is beginning to wear thin. I also appreciate his task must be a difficult one, but you just have to look at the players body language to say they are an unhappy lot. I wonder if they are puzzled as we are at the Welshman's poor tactics, and on occasion, bizarre substitutions.

To get any result on Thursday is going to test the very best Mark Hughes has to offer, however representatives from ADUG will be at the game and if they witness a poor display and hear the fans chanting anything derogatory against you know whom, well I wouldn't be surprised to see Hughes joining the dole queue come Friday morning.

Good luck Sparky, you need it.





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday April 13 2009
Time: 1:14PM

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isnt it funny(i dont mean funny in that way) that the last game has swayed a lot of the people who have backed hughes to turn on him? i along with a few have seen this from his lack of tactics for ages now and then after being told counless times from not only members on here but people in"real life" that he should be given time i went along with that because maybe i thought i was wrong. but i went along with it for about 6 games and things have gone from bad to worse and now peole are seeing the same things that i and lots more saw a good while ago and maybe we more people had seen it sooner hughes would have been gone before january and we would have had a manager in with HIS new signings and comfortable in the uefa cup and F.A. cup. now we have been put back a couple of seasons...yes thats 2 YEARS because of this clown and we are left thinking what might have been.
bluemooner_mcfc
13/04/2009 13:25:00
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isnt it funny(i dont mean funny in that way) that the last game has swayed a lot of the people who have backed hughes to turn on him? i along with a few have seen this from his lack of tactics for ages now and then after being told counless times from not only members on here but people in"real life" that he should be given time i went along with that because maybe i thought i was wrong. but i went along with it for about 6 games and things have gone from bad to worse and now peole are seeing the same things that i and lots more saw a good while ago and maybe we more people had seen it sooner hughes would have been gone before january and we would have had a manager in with HIS new signings and comfortable in the uefa cup and F.A. cup. now we have been put back a couple of seasons...yes thats 2 YEARS because of this clown and we are left thinking what might have been.
bluemooner_mcfc
13/04/2009 13:25:00
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Sack Hughes and thats another two seasons down the Swanny. When 'The Special one' arrives and gets the 'You dont know what your doing' sang to him what then? dig up Alan Ball? God almighty City fans never never learn. I just hope the owners are far more intelligent than the average IQ of us City fans which must be close to zero.
jackblue
13/04/2009 13:37:00
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Sack Hughes and thats another two seasons down the Swanny. When 'The Special one' arrives and gets the 'You dont know what your doing' sang to him what then? dig up Alan Ball? God almighty City fans never never learn. I just hope the owners are far more intelligent than the average IQ of us City fans which must be close to zero.
jackblue
13/04/2009 13:37:00
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I know you've stuck with Hughes, Tudor, and believe me I have tried to. But The Hughes era is turning out to be an agonising loss of opportunity and time. I honestly can't see him ever making the grade for City. The longer he stays the more damage he could do to the club's future (let alone the mental and emotional wellbeing of the paying public). What's to stop ADUG from pulling out and buying Seville or some other side? They don't HAVE to spend £100M a year making our dreams come true... Do they?
Sindbad
13/04/2009 13:49:00
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I know you've stuck with Hughes, Tudor, and believe me I have tried to. But The Hughes era is turning out to be an agonising loss of opportunity and time. I honestly can't see him ever making the grade for City. The longer he stays the more damage he could do to the club's future (let alone the mental and emotional wellbeing of the paying public). What's to stop ADUG from pulling out and buying Seville or some other side? They don't HAVE to spend £100M a year making our dreams come true... Do they?
Sindbad
13/04/2009 13:49:00
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I dont know why you guys fill your stadium very rarely. If you are a club of the size you proclaim to be then you really should not have any trouble filling a 48000 stadium week in week out.
Yid_from_India
13/04/2009 14:10:00
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I dont know why you guys fill your stadium very rarely. If you are a club of the size you proclaim to be then you really should not have any trouble filling a 48000 stadium week in week out.
Yid_from_India
13/04/2009 14:10:00
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Jack, Svennis was removed by Thaksin so City fans were not behind his ousting, far from it. If the only reason Hughes should remain in place is stability, then that's simply not enough. We have lost half of our league games now, been humiliated in both domestic cups and scraped through to the UEFA QF thanks to our goalkeepers and a win in Schalke. We've suffered a raft of training injuries all season and there is no promised improvement or fitter squad. We need to see some glimmer of coherence, team work ethic and consistency in the remaining games for Hughes continued tenure to be justified. Meanhwile, Yid in India. Not everybody can afford to fork out for tickets with regularity these days.
Johnny Baguette
13/04/2009 16:46:00
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Jack, Svennis was removed by Thaksin so City fans were not behind his ousting, far from it. If the only reason Hughes should remain in place is stability, then that's simply not enough. We have lost half of our league games now, been humiliated in both domestic cups and scraped through to the UEFA QF thanks to our goalkeepers and a win in Schalke. We've suffered a raft of training injuries all season and there is no promised improvement or fitter squad. We need to see some glimmer of coherence, team work ethic and consistency in the remaining games for Hughes continued tenure to be justified. Meanhwile, Yid in India. Not everybody can afford to fork out for tickets with regularity these days.
Johnny Baguette
13/04/2009 16:46:00
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