Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes sacked with Harry Redknapp set to take over

Mark Hughes is expected to be replaced by Harry Redknapp. Photo: AFP

Mark Hughes was dismissed as head coach of Queens Park Rangers yesterday, with the club bottom of the Premier League table after failing to win any of their first 12 matches of the season.

Saturday, 24 November, 2012, 3:06am

Who said it?

US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta

A misjudgment on one side or the other could result in violence and could result in conflict

US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta's warning over the China-Japan territorial disputes

 

Many of us run naked in our own home, of course we do. They were just having a normal holiday

17 Sep 2012 - 5:12am

Hughes calls for handshake ban after Ferdinand snubs Terry and Cole

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes called for an end to the pre-match handshake after Anton Ferdinand snubbed John Terry and Ashley Cole ahead of QPR's 0-0 draw against Chelsea.

17 Sep 2012 - 3:22am

Return of Hughes unlikely to upset ready City

Alex Ferguson joked that Queens Park Rangers would have a better chance of getting something out of their final game of the season at Manchester City if Mark Hughes was playing for the London club instead of coaching them. That was more a commentary on the QPR squad than a criticism of the 48-year-old Hughes' managerial abilities.

12 May 2012 - 12:00am

Difficult to see how QPR can stop United's charge

A month ago, when Manchester City led neighbours United by two points, it seemed inconceivable the English Premier League title race would be virtually decided by early April. What was a three-horse race, until Tottenham dropped away, now looks likely to turn into a triumphal procession for United.

7 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

No beating about the Bush for Hughes at QPR

Things are likely to get worse before they get better as new manager Mark Hughes tries to turn around the Asian-owned Queens Park Rangers.

14 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

United, Gunners turn to old hands hoping for miracles

'Out with the old, in with the new' is the traditional refrain associated with the new year in England, but clearly it has been lost on Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger.

14 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

You Bet

No wonder the FA Cup semi-finalists have been complaining so vociferously about this weekend's trip south to Wembley - most of them don't know their way there.

16 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

You Bet

Arsenal face a test of resolve at Everton tonight, having been knocked off the top of the English Premier League for the first time in more than three months when they were held 0-0 at Portsmouth on Boxing Day.

29 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

London

It's been a week of depressing financial news for the average Briton. First, it was revealed that inflation was running at its highest level in 15 years, which prompted the Bank of England to threaten another interest rate rise, the fourth in seven months.

24 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

London

It was a dreary November morning and George Matheson was not looking forward to another hectic shift, producing live 24-hour international news at ITV's newsroom in London's Gray's Inn Road.

10 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

English Premiership

Arsenal

Coach: Arsene Wenger

Last season: Second

13 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Top dogs could be tripped up

Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus face tough matches in league 'marathons'

The championship battles in England, Spain and Italy were reignited by last week's results and further fuel could be added to the fire this weekend as all three leaders face daunting opposition.

12 Feb 2005 - 12:00am

United wary of falling behind

A tough weekend awaits the former champions as Arsenal and Chelsea threaten to widen the gap at the top

Manchester United start and finish the Premiership action this weekend with two local derbies against Blackburn and Everton that could set the tone for their season.

28 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

Vialli brought down to earth

THE Chelsea Miracle, alias the Gianluca Vialli Revival, was of somewhat brief duration. Arsenal were duly and dramatically eliminated from the League Cup semi-finals in the Stamford Bridge return, after Vialli had given each player a half-glass of champagne before the match, and Mark Hughes had set the tone with some gratuitously aggressive play.

27 Feb 1998 - 12:00am

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