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Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has been asked by the Football Association to explain his comments after Craig Bellamy's dismissal in the Barclays Premier league draw at Bolton on Saturday.

Bellamy collected two yellow cards in the second half of the 3-3 draw, the first for dissent and the second for a supposed dive, although replays suggested the City striker was fouled. Hughes later claimed that referee Mark Clattenburg had joked that he did not like the Welshman at half-time.

"I don't appreciate when the referees coming out for the second half start making comment about who they do or do not like in my team," Hughes said. "They might be having a laugh and a joke. I have to be careful here as we are talking about integrity."

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