The Red Devils are reportedly in the process of interviewing candidates…
Mark Hughes takes over from Derek Adams on a deal until 2024 and inherits a team 15th in League Two.
“Sir Alex wanted to get good value, take the best years and sell for a profit.”
“It’s a great position, one that a lot of managers would be very interested in, myself included.”
Cristiano Ronaldo is all about the emotion. £285,000-a-week’s worth of emotion.
“I think Kane could take United back to a title-winning level.”
“I thought there were better managers out there with more experience, like Steve Bruce or Mark Hughes.”
He has only contributed one goal and one assist all season for Man Utd.
The Old Trafford giants swooped to sign the highly-rated 23-year-old from Ajax in the summer.
Mark Hughes claims Giggs should be “in the frame” to take over at Man Utd if Solskjaer is sacked.
Mauricio Pochettino ‘is considered way out of Everton’s reach’. But David Moyes isn’t…
“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?
Mark Hughes has made history. It turns out that a draw with Manchester United is a sackable offence.
“We’ve got to be versatile, we’ve got to be flexible in terms of how we go up against teams,” says Saints boss.
The parallels between Mourinho and Hughes. Plus: Lyon boss has the secrets, Matt Stead fan mail and…
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.
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.