Rabu, 11 Januari 2012

Biodata Mark Hughes

Bekas pemain MU, Mark Hughes yang sebelum ini pernah menjadi pengurus kepada Man City dan Blackburn Rovers, telah menerima tawaran kerja daripada QPR bagi menggantikan Neil Warnock yang telah dipecat daripada jawatan pengurus. Ini adalah kerana dalam enam atau tujuh perlawanan sebelum terpecatnya Warnock, QPR gagal mencatatkan sebarang kemenangan dan prestasi tersebut amat buruk berbanding ketika di awal musim. Hughes dilihat mampu untuk mengembalikan prestasi baik QPR dan beliau akan menerima sekurang2nya 15 juta pound sebagai peruntukan wang untuk pembelian pemain2 baru.

Biodata Mark Hughes

1963: Born Wrexham on November 1.

1978: Signs schoolboy forms with Manchester United.

1980: Joins United as an apprentice in June, but in November signs professional terms.

1983: Makes debut for United against Oxford United.

1984: Scores on international debut for Wales against England.

1985: March - Named PFA Young Player of the Year.

May - Wins FA Cup winners' medal as United beat Everton.

1986: Joins Barcelona in a £2.3million deal.

1987: After an unhappy time, scoring four goals in 28 games for Barca, Hughes is loaned out to Bayern Munich.

1988: Signs again for Manchester United for £1.8million.

1989: Named PFA Player of the Year.

1991: March: Wins his second PFA Player of the Year Award.

May: Scores twice against Barcelona as United win European Cup Winners' Cup.

1993: In the United side that wins inaugural Premiership title.

1994: United win the league and FA Cup double with Hughes a pivotal part of the side.

1995: Signs for Chelsea for £1.5million.

1997: Wins fourth FA Cup winner's medal after Chelsea beat Middlesbrough 2-0.

1998: Wins second European Cup Winners' Cup medal with Chelsea. Moves to Southampton before start of 1998-99 season.

1999: Appointed Wales manager for the last two European Championship qualifiers.

November 25 - Agrees four-and-a-half-year deal as Wales manager, the first 18 months of which is to be served on a part-time basis.

2000: March 14 - Joins Everton on a 14-month deal, scoring one goal in 15 appearances.

October 24 - Joins Blackburn on a free transfer, helping them to secure promotion to the Premiership.

2001: June - Wales fail to qualify for 2002 World Cup after winning just two of their last 12 games.
Scores two goals in 25 appearances as Rovers maintain their top-flight status and win the Worthington Cup and a place in Europe.

2002: May 13 - Told his contract will not be renewed by Blackburn and retires at the age of 38.

October 16 - Leads Wales to a 2-1 European Championship qualifying win over Italy.

2003: Wales guarantee themselves a Euro 2004 qualifying play-off place after a 1-1 draw with Finland.

November 20 - Wales beaten by Russia in play-off but Hughes insists he wants to stay in charge.

2004: June 12 - Awarded OBE in Queen's birthday honours list.

September 15 - Named manager of Blackburn.

2004-05: Steers Blackburn to safety and FA Cup semi-final lost to Arsenal.

2005-06: Blackburn finish sixth and qualify for the UEFA Cup.

2007: Blackburn return to the UEFA Cup, but are surprisingly beaten 3-2 on aggregate by Greek side Larissa in the first round.

2008: June 4 - Appointed as Manchester City manager on a three-year contract.

September 1 - Abu Dhabi United Group reach a takeover agreement with City, making the club the richest in world football. The new owners announce they want a top-four finish. City outbid Chelsea to sign Real Madrid forward Robinho in a British record £32.5million deal.

2009: January 3 - City suffer humiliating FA Cup third-round defeat, losing 3-0 at home to Championship strugglers Nottingham Forest.

April - Hamburg defeat City in the UEFA Cup quarter-final with a 4-3 aggregate triumph.

May 24 - City finish 10th in the Barclays Premier League in Hughes' first season in charge.

July - The £12m capture of Gareth Barry from Aston Villa sparks a multi-million pound spending spree, which also saw acquisitions including Roque Santa Cruz, Emmanuel Adebayor, Kolo Toure, Carlos Tevez and Joleon Lescott.

November - Pressure mounts on Hughes following City's run of seven straight Barclays Premier League draws.

December 19 - City terminate Hughes' contract, despite a 4-3 defeat of Sunderland. Roberto Mancini is immediately installed as his successor.

2010: July 29 - Appointed manager of Fulham on a two-year contract.

2011: May - Fulham finish eighth in the Premier League and qualify for the Europa League via the fair play league.

June 2 - Quits as Fulham manager.

2012: January 10 - Appointed as QPR manager on a two-a-half-year deal

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