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Fulham - Bring Them On!

Next Saturday will have been a date that Mark Hughes will have marked in his diary once the fixture computer had dished out the fixtures.

Next Saturday, Mark Hughes will be greeting the very side, Manchester City, who showed him the door and appointed Roberto Mancini in his place.

Since being ousted, Mancini has spent an absolute fortune on players and although City are riding high in the Premier League table everything is far from being rosy in the Sky Blue garden.

Tales of unrest allied with a failure outscore in their last three home games has only served to increase the pressure on the Italian and, although we`ve no doubt that Mark Hughes has no intention of gloating, wouldn`t mind betting he`ll be having the odd chuckle or two to himself if he can roll City over next Saturday!

And do you know what, we just might do it!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 15 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

lets hope so mark and the lads will be up for it and we have a good record against them just stop tevaz
truth sayer ffc
I'm not getting my hopes up. City have been known to lose focus on occasion, but they're as solid defensively as any club in the league. I could see another 0-0 finish. Stop Tevez and you stop City.
Teddy_KGB
very true cit wont like our tiny ground
truth sayer ffc
I think I remember losing 2-0 to City at the Cottage last season, with Tevez scoring a great individual effort. My predictions have been awful this season so I don't know what to think. I think we might lose this one, so I'll say we'll win.
Riverside Chanter
Hughes old club......he will want a win!
Leonestar
that one hurt...
woodysweats
 

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