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Post-match press conference: Mark Hughes vs West Ham Utd [video]


Filed: Sunday, 30th April 2017
By: Staff Writer


Mark Hughes felt his team were "clearly the more dominant" team against a "resolute" West Ham - despite failing to score at the Britannia Stadium.

A point for City was enough to take them to the magic 40 point mark, yet Hughes - who suggested his team were lacking the necessary "guile and craft" to effectively break down the Hammers - felt that Stoke should have won all three.

See what Hughes had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...







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