Date: 3rd June 2011 at 10:08am
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The fall-out from Mark Hughes sudden and dramatic departure from Craven Cottage continues to dominate the news.

One leading tabloid carries an article that infers that negotiations were, it`s thought, to have reached a successful conclusion with a club insider providing the following dialect to the reference tabloid,

“On Wednesday evening there was a fully negotiated two-year contract with a substantial pay-rise just needing to be checked over by lawyers and to be signed by mark Hughes.”

“Yet less than a day later it`s all over and he`s resigned. But of a manager can`t give commitment or loyalty to the chairman then its best they move on now and not in August with a new season looming.”


Obviously a clear reference to Roy Hodgson jumping ship at the last moment last summer.



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3 Replies to “Was a Deal Almost Done?”

  • Hughes clearly thinks (thought) there were opportunities to come and acted accordingly. This is a man with something to prove and likely will not rest until he exacts some sort of ‘payback’ on Man City for the perceived injustice he feels.

  • USED HIS GET OUT CLUASE BEFORE DEADLINE MONEY TALKING DEAL DONE SOMEWHERE WITH A BIG CLUB

  • he’s a good manager, but it seems he wasn’t over the whole Man City incident… glad he’s gone if his heart wasn’t in it…

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