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*VIDEO* More Excuses - Mark Hughes Post Match

*VIDEO* More Excuses - Mark Hughes Post Match

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes was aggrieved at the penalty decision that lead to his side conceding the equaliser against Hull City at Eastlands.

Mark Hughes told Sky Sports...

"Of course it is a disappointing run we're on, because we're failing to see out victories when we have the lead."

"We're trying to get something started here but at times we look exactly what we are, a side that has been thrown together very quickly. That means we'll have bad days among the good ones."

"But we're still very much in touch with the teams at the top of the league. We've just got to keep going and the wins will come."


Mark Hughes`s interview with Sky Sports can be found HERE.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday November 28 2009
Time: 6:38PM

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The link from Sky Sports appears to be playing up. I'll try again later.
Tudor
28/11/2009 18:44:00
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Nothing changes then as he trudges out the same old tired excuses. No doubt he is looking down at the floor whilst talking, looking completely nervous and nearly in tears like when he didn't have any answers after we'd lost 2-1 at WBA last December - At least we beat Hull then in the following match.
Kevinho
28/11/2009 18:49:00
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As you say Kev nothing changes and for those of you who didn't watch the game IT WAS NEVER A PEN.
Thaibluefan
29/11/2009 09:14:00
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