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Hughes on United loss (AUDIO)

Blackburn Rovers manager Mark Hughes, speaking after just their second defeat of the season, says he's not too down over the result. Despite the loss, Hughes says he believes his side look in good shape and can't be too downbeat.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 11 2007

Time: 11:06PM

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Yeah, you've got to agree with Sparky as we have a lot to be positive about don't we.
Hughes Da Man
We played well for old trafford - two break -away goals and a harsh sending off cost us. Things would have been very different if Samba scored... nevermind! I think that it's good timing with the international break too, so the players won't dwell on it.
FreidelNo.1
Those that are carrying niggles can now rest up during the break if they aren't playing can't they, those that are will hopefully come back OK and we can start a fresh against Fulham.
Hughes Da Man
not many teams will win at OT - make sure Sparky signs that new contract - you're destined for great things under him!
merlin
We played well. we suffered a bit as we didnt sit back like other teams had done before us. That is one of the hardest games of the year and we didnt look overawed at all. well done lads.... we'll bounce back.
MikeyGamst
Thought you might have sneeked a draw but the sending off changed the game i take it!
will it ever happen
I think we could have maybe got a win had Samba's effort not come back off the woodwork, even if it had gone in and Manure then went on to take a 2-1 lead, with a full compliment anything could have bee possible, but no point thinking about "if only's" I guess?
Hughes Da Man
Too right - we'll beat 'em at Ewood!
FreidelNo.1
 

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