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​Stoke boss Hughes feels British managers are a dying breed

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes has been talking about the impressive experience he has gained in the Premier League.

"To get 400 Premier League games under my belt as a manager, along with the staff I've got, is valuable to the team we're involved with," he said.

"We've been doing it for a long time now and have a lot of experience. There's not too much I haven't seen or experienced but you can never stop learning.

"British managers are dying out, I have to say, but that's a lot to do with the foreign ownership as it's a world league now not just a British league.

"A lot of managers and agents of the managers will try to get to the Premier League and that's what we have to contend with."


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