With Roy Hodgson gone to Liverpool, Fulham have filled their empty managerial position in the person of Mark Hughes. After failing to bring Martin Jol back to the Premier League, the Cottagers have tabbed Hughes, the sacked manager at Manchester City in 2009, to continue the recent success at Craven Cottage. Fulham will be the third Premier League club managed by Hughes after a successful stint at Blackburn and of course the ill-fated term at Eastlands. It is expected that Chairman Mohamed Al Fayed will back Hughes in the summer transfer market with David James perhaps becoming the first signing for the new boss. Mark Schwarzer is widely expected to be signed by Arsenal before the start of the season.