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Topic - Mark Hughes
Stephen Ireland has agreed on a permanent move to Stoke as the Premier League club also announced the arrival of striker John Guidetti on loan.
This weekend, the two kinds of football played on opposite shores of the Atlantic for once have a shared fascination _ handshakes.
Fulham will reject any offers for American Clint Dempsey in the January transfer window, manager Mark Hughes said Friday.
"I thought we were, to a man, fantastic," said Hughes, who played 467 games for United. "We got a great reward for a huge amount of effort."
"It should go through tomorrow ... we're pleased to get Peter in," Hughes said. "He's a good Premiership player with experience at this level, a goal in him and a bit of pace, which we need to add to the squad."