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The Hunt For Mark Hughes Continues

Has anyone seen or heard from Mark Hughes since he left Manchester City FC?

I've being trawling through Google and I simply can't find a single media interview since his final game in charge against Sunderland.

If anyone manages to see Sparky, say in the street or at a function and you have a camera to hand, can you take a picture and then send them here to Vital Man City, tell us where you saw him and we'll gladly let Blue City know his whereabouts. Failing that we could always file a missing person report at the local police station.

In the meantime the search continues...

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 8 2010

Time: 10:36PM

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Well there is no sign of Mark Hughes but is that Reston The Missing Rooster hiding in the lampshade?
Kevinho
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08/02/2010 22:51:00

Or is that a Turkey hiding in the lampshade seeing as Mark Hughes has again been linked with taking on the vacant job of Manager of the Turkish national team in tomorrows edition of the Daily Mail?
Kevinho
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08/02/2010 23:23:00

Daz Mail, I can't wait!
Tudor
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09/02/2010 01:19:00

I think hughes is waiting for newcastle to emplode, then take over. After wasting 200mill at city, i cant see him penny pinching at west ham or wigan. The media are quick to point out that mancini lost two games, like the beloved mark hughes. If real facts and statistics were reported, they would see roberto has gained more points than hughes did at any stage of the season, given the same amount of games. If hughes never drew so many games, he would still be boss. Its better to win 2 games and loose one, than draw all three. Ask mark hughes.
Super City Slicker
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09/02/2010 08:24:00

If I had been slagged off by the press from Day one, and hounded till the last day and then publicly humiliated, having taken my severnce pay, i would be sunning myself somewhere nice and warm, preferably where there are no papers.
Buzz Lightyear
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09/02/2010 09:40:00

 

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