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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Mark Hughes
Manchester City fired manager Roberto Mancini on Monday, exactly one year after he delivered the club's first English league title in 44 years.
This weekend, the two kinds of football played on opposite shores of the Atlantic for once have a shared fascination _ handshakes.
David Beckham may have slowed down a notch on the soccer field, but his A-list celebrity status is still intact.
Manchester City enters Christmas as the top team in England for the first time since 1929. Back then, City failed to stay the course. It had to wait until 1937 to win the title and until 1968 to do so again.
Fulham will reject any offers for American Clint Dempsey in the January transfer window, manager Mark Hughes said Friday.
The puffy knot that obscured Clint Dempsey's left eye is almost gone, the bruise below fading to a technicolor blend of purples, blues and yellows.
Martin O'Neill has resigned as manager of Aston Villa, just five days before the start of the Premier League season.
"I am little bit old-fashioned," Hughes said. "Maybe I misread it, but I just felt Roberto didn't really acknowledge the efforts of my team and how well we'd done by the manner of the way he offered his hand."
Hughes said Friday that his team will shake hands with Chelsea's players, if that's what the Premier League wants, but also suggested that Ferdinand could opt out.