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Did Mark Hughes Get It Right Regarding Lescott?

On one of our previous Vital Manchester City front page polls, regular poster SIR TROYSTER asked fans the following question...

Has Mark Hughes Conduct Himself In The Right Manner Regarding Lescott?

Here is the result, in descending order:

He's done everything by the book - 76%
The blokes an amateur - 15%
He could have been a bit more diplomatic - 7%
He has gone about it the wrong way - 2%
He's somewhere in the middle - 0%
None of the above - 0%

A true vote of confidence for the City gaffer andů..well its sour grapes for Everton boss, David Moyes!

Our brand new poll question is situated towards the left hand side of this article.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 28 2009

Time: 6:13PM

Your Comments

He got it as right as he could - Moyes and Everton were more at fault.
Kevinho
We'll possibly never really get at the truth about this one. Thouygh I think it was interesting that so much sabre rattling came from Moytes, whilst kenwright was much more muted in his later reactions. To the best of my knowledge I can't see that Hughes did anything fundamentally wrong. City made bids in a transfer window... Just what is wrong with that?
Sindbad
 

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