Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has agreed a new contract which will keep him at the Britannia Stadium until the summer of 2019, BBC Sport has reported.
After an ill-fated spell at Queens Park Rangers that lasted just 10 months, Hughes was chosen to replace long-serving boss Tony Pulis at the East Midlands club in the summer of 2013. It was seen as a good fit, and has proven to be thus far with the club on course to register the se...More
England boss Roy Hodgson has called up goalkeepers Jack Butland and Robert Green to his squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and the friendly with Italy, BBC Sport has reported.
This comes after Southampton stopper Fraser Forster was forced to withdraw from the squad on Saturday evening after picking up a serious looking knee injury during his side’s 2-0 victory over Burnley.
With Ben Foster facing a leng...More
Crystal Palace will be aiming for their fourth win in five Premier League away matches when they head to Stoke City, who want to consolidate their position of eighth.
After a run of three successive wins, it was disappointment for Stoke last time out as they struggled to find any forward momentum at West Bromwich Albion, where they fell to a narrow defeat. Creative players such as Charlie Adam and Victor Moses had little impact as...More
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes recently said the side have become more accomplished in the Premier League since he joined, and that his appointment came as a result of the Potters “starting to fall”, reports BBC Sport.
Stoke travel to the Hawthorns to face West Bromwich Albion, who are managed by Hughes’ predecessor Tony Pulis. The 57-year-old recently was awarded Manager of the Month for the work done with new club West Brom, whi...More
Stoke City will be aiming for their fourth consecutive Premier League victory when they travel to their happiest of hunting grounds, the Hawthorns, to face West Bromwich Albion.
It was of course home boss Tony Pulis who masterminded many of those successes with the Potters, but here he desperate to see his new team bounce back from two disappointing losses to near neighbours Aston Villa and help them move even closer to safety by ...More
Stoke City forwards Victor Moses and Mame Diouf both got on the scoresheet as the Potters earned an impressive victory against Everton, reports BBC Sport.
The opening passages of play had little in the way of entertainment, with both sides cancelling each other out at the Britannia Stadium. The pressure was on Everton, as the Toffees have been dropping points on a regular basis in the Premier League, and they will perhaps feel the...More
View All Articles