Thursday, 5 June 2008

News Round Up - Managerial

the latest managerial news from the last couple of days in the world of soccer.

Mark Hughes was confirmed as Manchester City manager and unveiled at a Press Conference yesterday.

The former Blackburn manager, who used to play for their fierce local rivals Manchester United told the World's media:

“I am absolutely delighted to be here, I have already had some great support from the fans and I’m pleased with the positive reaction to the appointment.

“They will know from my experiences as a manager that my teams work extremely hard and are committed, but I am an advocate of attacking football. "

"The players that have played for me week-in, week-out in the past are technical players that play the type of football that I want to be played. Hopefully the fans will see that very quickly in the teams that I will produce."

“It was made plain to me very, very quickly that there was a huge project here that I wanted to be part of, it was a very easy decision for me. I am at a club that matches my ambitions.”

Meanwhile, former Manchester City manager & failed England Head Coach Sven Goran Eriksson has been appointed as Head Coach of Mexico. The Swede will oversee the First Team of their highly rated International Squad.

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