Time at Club
Mark Hughes is the manager of Southampton after signing a contract through to the end of the 2017/18 season.
The Welshman had been out-of-work since November 2012, when he was sacked by QPR, but made his return with the Potters after the club parted ways with long-standing boss Tony Pulis.
There was a mixed reaction to Hughes' appointment, but the former Man City boss won over fans after leading the club to a 9th place finish in his first season in charge, which has been followed by further back-to-back 9th standings, and then 13th.
Hughes' first managerial appointment came back in 1999 with the Welsh national team, with whom he managed for five years. The Welshman nearly led his troops to Euro 2004 qualification but they just lost out to Russia in the play-offs.
From 2004 to 2008 Hughes managed Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League. In his first season in charge he kept the club in the top flight before guiding them to a very impressive 6th place finish the following year. This was followed by a 10th place finish and then 7th in 2007/08.
In the summer of 2008 Hughes became the Manager of Man City and was instantly charged with getting results on the pitch for the club who were clearly looking to go places.
A couple of months after his appointment the club was taken over by the Abu Dhabi United investment group which enabled Hughes to splash the cash in the transfer market, where he wasted no time in bringing in the likes of Robinho from Real Madrid. Hughes finished 10th in his first season in charge and then despite making a bright start the following season, he was sacked in December 2009.
|Southampton||10||3||2||5||30||14 Mar 2018 - Present|
|Stoke City||200||71||48||81||35.5||30 May 2013 - 6 Jan 2018|
|Queens Park Rangers||34||8||6||20||23.5||10 Jan 2012 - 23 Nov 2012|
|Fulham||43||14||16||13||32.6||29 Jul 2010 - 1 Jun 2011|
|Manchester City||77||36||16||25||46.8||4 Jun 2008 - 20 Dec 2009|
|Blackburn Rovers||188||82||47||59||43.6||15 Sep 2004 - 4 Jun 2008|
|Wales||41||12||15||14||29.3||4 Aug 1999 - 13 Oct 2004|