When Mark Hughes was appointed City manager in the summer of 2008, he brought with him his backroom staff from his previous role at Blackburn Rovers - and that included his assistant manager, Mark Bowen. It was a turbulent time, as the club was close to administration before Thaksin Shinawatra sold it to Sheikh Mansour during their first season at Eastlands. In 2020, the Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney spoke to the former assistant to find out what went on behind the scenes during that time - until the pair were sacked in December 2009.
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