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Fulham - Can Hughes Manage?

With Newcastle the first team to dispense with there man after he done such a fine job and with West Ham could be next along with Wigan even our old boss at Liverpool does not look safe so I ask how long has Mark Hughes got to turn things round?

Will Mr Al Fayed give him a bit longer or should he go?

I would like to see him given more time but how much?

and

If he were to go who would we get?

Could Martin Jol be back in the frame?

Could we get our old friend Roy back at the Cottage?

I wonder, time will tell me thinks



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Writer: truth sayer ffc Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 14 2010

Time: 6:26PM

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West Ham at home. Blow that one Sparky and all bets are off.
Teddy_KGB
not sure i trust martin jol, with him using us as a bargaining chip and then walking away from ajax... i don't know who his replacement would be... i think he needs access to a transfer window... but more than anything else, we need to stay up! could sir woy make a homecoming if he gets the axe?
woodysweats
I have to say that though it is frustrating to see my mighty fulham struggle, I do see long term benefits to having hughes. Mo is taking the club in a good direction and it is hard at the moment but what i think is more important is bringing some of the younger lads through. Sparky is giving briggs this opportunity and i think more will follow. We have nailed down our goalie and I think he would have left under another manager! Time my dear friends.......time.
Leonestar
its sitll catch 22 if hughes dose not inprove his gone if he dose well another big club will come for him his gone oh happy days but if he could take us to the next level before he goes great
truth sayer ffc
 

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