Mark Hughes


Euro 2021 round table, Glenn Hoddle, Gordon Strachan and Mark Hughes: 'Pressure is all on England'

As the England, Scotland and Wales squads begin their final preparations for the European Championships, a trio of former managers of the three countries gathered together to assess their nation’s chances. Glenn Hoddle was England manager from 1996 to 1999, Mark Hughes was in charge of Wales between 1999 and 2004, while Gordon Strachan managed Scotland from 2013 to 2017. As a brains trust the one assembled in front of the Telegraph Sport at Betfair’s headquarters in west London would be hard to beat. And the first question put to the threesome was what they were most looking forward to over the coming weeks.

Bristol Rovers sign Nick Anderton, Paul Coutts, Sam Finley and Mark Hughes

Bristol Rovers have signed Nick Anderton, Paul Coutts, Sam Finley and Mark Hughes on free transfers. Carlisle defender Anderton, 25, and Fleetwood midfielder Finley, 28, have agreed two-year deals with the Pirates. Fleetwood midfielder Coutts, 32, and Accrington Stanley defender Hughes, 34, have been handed one-year contracts at the Memorial...
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Experienced defender Mark Hughes leaves Accrington

Defender Mark Hughes has left Accrington with his contract expiring this summer. The 34-year-old centre-half moves on having played 246 times for the club across two spells. He told the club’s official website: “Today I say goodbye to a brilliant football club. I want to thank the club for how they have welcomed both me and my family the past five years.

Mason Greenwood: Manchester United forward can have a great career at Old Trafford, says Mark Hughes

Mason Greenwood can enjoy a "great" career if he continues to deliver impressive performances for Manchester United, claims their former forward Mark Hughes. Aged 19 and with his first-team debut having come only two years ago, Greenwood is now an established member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side and has developed into one of the most exciting young attacking talents in European football.
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane backed to make Manchester United move by Mark Hughes

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is "made to measure" for Manchester United and would turn them into serious title contenders, says former Red Devils forward Mark Hughes. Kane, who has three years left on his deal, has told Spurs he wants to leave and United - along with Manchester City and Chelsea - are understood to have registered their interest with his representatives.

“There was a hierarchy - only the top people would sit with Lothar Matthaus” - Mark Hughes reveals what it was like to join the Bayern Munich dressing room

The list of big characters to have played football alongside Mark Hughes is almost unparalleled. For club and country, Sparky shared a dressing room with the likes of Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, Paul Ince, Peter Schmeichel, Neville Southall, Ruud Gullit and Gazza. Yet in an exclusive interview with FourFourTwo following...

Red Bull takes control of its destiny with Honda F1 engine deal: Mark Hughes

Red Bull’s confirmation that it will continue to run a Red Bull-branded Honda power unit after the Japanese manufacturer withdraws from F1 at the end of this season was widely expected. Once the F1 commission unanimously voted through the engine freeze from next year and until the new power unit regulations come into force, expected to be 2025, the danger of an ‘independent’ being out-gunned in development by Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault receded. Under the current tricky global circumstances, it’s good for Red Bull and for F1 as a whole.
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Manchester United teammates ‘don’t trust Donny van de Beek with the ball yet’, says Mark Hughes

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defended Donny van de Beek's performance in Manchester United's FA Cup victory over West Ham after Mark Hughes suggested the Dutchman is suffering from a lack of trust from his teammates. Van de Beek struggled to make a significant impact against West Ham and was replaced in the second half by Bruno Fernandes before Scott McTominay scored the winner in extra-time.  “It looks like they don’t trust him with the ball yet,” Hughes told Talksport. “I haven’t seen a great deal of movement, I haven’t seen little movements to get in pockets of space, even though you suspect that’s the player he is and those are the areas he wants to work in.READ MORE:...

Alpine upheaval could derail rebranded F1 team: Mark Hughes

An F1 team owned by an automotive company is always liable to spring a nasty surprise on that team – as Toyota, Honda and BMW showed a few years ago. The last couple of years have been a worrying time for the Renault-badged Enstone team, which has recently been re-labelled as Alpine.

Mark Hughes re-energised and confident of management return

Former Wales boss Mark Hughes says he has renewed energy and enthusiasm and is ready to get back into football management. The 57-year-old has been on an "extended break" after losing his job at Southampton in December 2018. Hughes says there have been job opportunities during his spell out of...