Martin Jol sends Mark Hughes flying into a rage

EXCLUSIVE: Fulham manager Jol sends Sparky flying into a rage

Mark Hughes is furious with Fulham manager Martin Jol after he accused the new QPR boss of lacking staying power.

The Dutchman blasted Hughes on Thursday for what he perceives as an inability to stay in a job for a sustained period.

Fuming: Hughes is furious with Fulham manager Jol's comments

Fuming: Hughes is furious with Fulham manager Jol's comments

War of words: Jol accused Hughes of an inability to stay in a job for a long period

War of words: Jol accused Hughes of an inability to stay in a job for a long period

Referring to Hughes's 12-month stay
at Fulham last season, Jol said: 'Hughes is very brave to talk about
ambition. 'If you look at the clubs he has managed – it's been two
years at the most.'

Hughes, whose new team face
Newcastle on Sunday, is apoplectic at Jol. A source said: 'Mark is
deeply disappointed by Jol's comments and feels his words are
completely unfounded.'

Prior to his spell at Fulham, Hughes
spent five years in charge of Wales and four years at Blackburn. The
war of words will add spice to a heated rivalry between the clubs, who
meet on February 25.