Date: 31st October 2008 at 12:39pm
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Manchester City Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak is thought to be running out of patience with certain City employees following a string of poor results.

Since the Abu Dhabi United Group (ADUG) took control of the Eastlands club, on 21 September 2008 manager Mark Hughes has produced the following results:

Wins – 3 (Portsmouth, Omonia Nicosia, Stoke)
Lost – 4 (Brighton, Wigan, Liverpool, Middlesbrough)
Drawn – 1 (Newcastle)

Games In November

City has no fewer than seven games in quick succession…

Sun 2 Nov Bolton Wanderers – Away
Thu 6 Nov UEFA Cup FC Twente – Home
Sun 9 Nov Tottenham Hotspur – Home
Sun 16 Nov Hull City – Away
Sat 22 Nov Arsenal – Home
Thu 27 Nov UEFA Cup Schalke – Away
Sun 30 Nov Manchester United – Home

Premier League Table 31/10/08

1 Liverpool – 26 points
2 Chelsea – 23
3 Arsenal – 20
4 Aston Villa – 20
5 Hull – 20
6 Man Utd – 18
7 Portsmouth – 14
8 Man City – 13
9 Middlesbrough – 13
10 Sunderland – 12
11 West Ham – 12
12 Everton – 12
13 Blackburn – 12
14 Fulham – 11
15 Stoke – 10
16 West Brom – 10
17 Newcastle – 9
18 Wigan – 8
19 Bolton – 8
20 Tottenham – 6

Khaldoon Al Mubarak and the ADUG member want success, even Champions League football as early as next season. When the transfer window opens on New Years Day, I wonder who will be picking the Manchester City squad. Mark Hughes I hope.

 

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