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Fulham - Davies on Hughes!

Perched in the Fratton Park stands, Mark Hughes had his first view of his new charges as Fulham slipped to a defeat against relegated Portsmouth.

The game ended 1-0 with Marc Wilson stooping to head home a corner from Matt Ritchie and will be best remembered for Bobby Zamora showing a little rustiness in front of goal.

Naturally, afterwards, the attention was on Hughes, the new man in the hot-seat, however, one of our key players, Simon Davies, has experience of working with Hughes from his Wales managerial role.

Speaking about the new man, Simon had this to say,

"We met him today and on Monday he will start training and he will work on his ideas in the coming week."

"It will be difficult to emulate Roy (Hodgson) but I`m sure Mark will not look at it like that."

"It`s a new start for everyone. With a few additions I hope it will be exciting times."


Looking at how Mark Hughes steered Blackburn to the UEFA Cup, they could well indeed be exciting times.

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 1 2010

Time: 11:32AM

Your Comments

davies first name on the team sheet me thinks
truth sayer ffc
and well deserved me thinks
truth sayer ffc
Hughes will be good, looks like he will get you a few class city players to follow him and builf fulham into a greater team they already are.
P.Avfc
Shouldn't think he was over-impressed with the performance at Portsmouth... but hey, onwards and upwards
DeuceBigelow
nowhere to go but up...
woodysweats
Sparky will do just fine - trust me!
Al Billy
a men to that portsmouth just a drop in the ocean excuse thhe pun ha ha
truth sayer ffc
 

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