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  • Some timely comments, Dark Moon, well posted. Stew, you are following in the footsteps of The Parsnip, ie. never allowing the facts to get in the way of a full-on diatribe. Ged (who I suspect is your Archant stable companion) would be proud of you. What has Hughton ever won? Let's look at some facts: 398 first class games for Tottenham, scoring 19 goals from full back; 1981 and 82 FA Cup winners medals; 1981 Charity Shield winner; 1984 UEFA Cup winner; first black player to play for the Republic, winning 53 caps, played in all games at Euro 88. As a manager, ten years as assistant with Tottenham, two years as assistant with the Republic, won the Championship as manager with Newcastle, then last season took a moderate Birmingham side (look where they are now) into the play-offs and the knock out rounds of the Europa Cup. With regard to what he inherited at City, he didn't take over "a damn good team" as you put it, but one which had only won 2 out of its last 13 games under Lambert (I'm a Lambert fan, but it's a fact). Also he brought in seven players, not just Snodgrass. I hope I respect other people's viewpoints but it would be helpful if you could start by getting your facts right. I think CH has got the qualifications to manage City and that we should get behind him. And, of course, I know what I'm talking about because I played a few games for Yarmouth Grammar School reserves in the late 50s. Bit less of a track record than Hughton, though.

    Johnny Gavin Lives

    Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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