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Fulham - Hughes Targeted?

One interesting little piece of tittle-tattle in one of the tabloid papers this morning links Mark Hughes with a move away from Craven Cottage.

It surprisingly links Mark with a return to a former club, Bayern Munich, as their manager.

Bayern, who crashed out of the Champions League, to a late Inter Milan goal, earlier this week will be parting company with their current manager - Louis Van Gaal, at the end of the season.

The Dutchman has presided over a disappointing season for the Bavarian giants who look like ending the season with no silverware.

Could Mark, who the tabloid infers has a clause in his contract allowing him to be released at the end of the season, be the man to lead the Bavarian side next season?

We`d like to think not but the link, although surprising many, may well generate further column inches.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 17 2011

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

If they're trully interested, surely he will go. Couldn't blame him a bit. Perhaps we'll end up with Martin Jol after all.
Teddy_KGB
I dont think he will go....yet and if he does we still have a michael jackson statue. The only club in the world! Thats what hughes will surely stay for!!
Leonestar
if it's legit interest, he has to go, right? depends on how we finish, maybe, but it's a much bigger club than us... could we lose a manager twice in two years? or is sparky sick of the big clubs?
woodysweats
Well, there are 'big' clubs and there are 'rich' clubs. I'd say that Sparky's managed a 'rich' club, but not yet a 'big' club. Yep, that's a shot at Man City.
Teddy_KGB
any maneger we have that dose well will be a target but ask roy or even mark being at a big club is not all honey better be a big fish in a small pond me thinks and we have got a river and a banker runing in it
truth sayer ffc
 

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