Former Manchester United and Barcelona striker Mark Hughes was appointed Fulham Manager on 29th July 2010.
Hughes’ managerial career began with his appointment as the Wales national coach in 1999. He remained in charge for five years and came close to qualifying for Euro 2004.
He resigned from the post in September 2004 to take charge of Blackburn Rovers, the club he finished his playing career with.
In June 2008, Hughes left Blackburn and was appointed as manager of Manchester City. He remained with City until December 2009.
In his sole season at Fulham, the Whites finished the 2010/11 campaign in eighth position and earned UEFA Europa League qualification via the Fair Play League. Hughes handed in notice of his resignation in June 2011.