"I couldn't believe what I was seeing," says Glen Johnson. He knew Stoke were down in pre-season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn't even *English*! Do you reckon Manchester United have any idea?
Who could've predicted that a chartered accountant isn't, in fact, the best person to make football decisions?
Mark Hughes is sacked from football's pantomime position. Is it all pointless?
Southampton are reportedly hoping to appoint Ralph Hasenhuttl as manager after sacking Mark Hughes.
Mark Hughes has made history. It turns out that a draw with Manchester United is a sackable offence.
We won't get the respect we deserve claims Hughes.
"We've got to be versatile, we've got to be flexible in terms of how we go up against teams," says Saints boss.
Mark Hughes insists he is not going to take any notice of the continued speculation over his future.
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No man has been sacked by two Premier League clubs in one year. But this now feels inevitable...
Time for Mark Hughes to go? One of his Southampton defenders has ripped into their mental fragility.
Mark Hughes wants VAR: "I was surprised they didn't introduce it at the beginning of this year."
No manager has ever been sacked by two Premier League clubs in a single calendar year. Yet.
"Everybody knows if you keep on doing the same things it's a sure sign of madness," says Hughes.
A potentially cracking Manchester derby sits undoubtedly atop another weekend of football festivities.
Mark Hughes could reportedly be sacked by Southampton on Sunday if they fail to beat Watford.
Mark Hughes did not mention the referees once after Southampton drew with Newcastle.
"We've just got to hope the chances fall to someone else other than Eden Hazard and hopefully they'll have an off day."
"In most games we are creating opportunities, that has not really been a problem for us."
Mark Hughes admitted Southampton must manage games better in the wake of their 2-2 draw with Brighton.
They are a bag of unflavoured crisps, buttered bread with no soup. Where are Southampton even going?
Mark Hughes wants "everybody engaged in the game right from the off" when they play the Vardy-less Foxes.
so they have got good resources that they will use well I'm sure," says Mark Hughes.
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Mark Hughes wanted to "add a greater goal threat" to Southampton. So in comes Stuart Armstrong.
"It is about building straight from the off, making sure we are ready to go, hit the ground running."
Southampton have handed the full-time reins to Mark Hughes for the next three years.
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