After their win at Sunderland, Chelsea will be hoping for more of the same in attack, but better defending from set-pieces, which is a must for any side who visit Stoke City.
The home side will have been disappointed at their failure to find their way past a stubborn Cardiff City on Wednesday, as they missed the chance to move six points clear of the Premier League’s bottom three. Form remains inconsistent for Mark Hughes’ men, who h...More
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis is hoping to sign five players during the January transfer window, with Stoke City striker Peter Crouch among his list of targets, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Pulis, who brought Crouch to the Britannia Stadium as manager of Stoke back in 2011, has been guaranteed funds for the January window as he looks to save Crystal Palace from the threat of relegation. Currently, the Eagles are second from ...More
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is aiming to sign a striker in January, having watched his five strikers score just two goals between them so far this season, writes The Daily Mail.
With the funds made available by Stoke chairman Peter Coates, a striker is priority for Hughes, as his side currently sit 16th in the Premier League.
Coates said: “It’s the one position where we need to strengthen but they’re not cheap and we haven’t been...More
The two sides immediately above the relegation zone, Stoke City and Cardiff City, meet on Wednesday at the Britannia Stadium.
Stoke were disappointing in the defeat at Everton on Saturday, a performance which suggested that the Potters are still struggling to make the transition from playing under Tony Pulis to under Mark Hughes, who has now seen his side win only one of their last 10 Premier League fixtures. However, such is the tig...More
On Saturday, the Britannia Stadium will host an important game between two Premier League strugglers, Stoke City and Sunderland.
Stoke were eventually relieved to come away with a point from their previous game, the 3-3 draw against Swansea City, having thrown away a two goal lead only to be awarded a highly controversial penalty in stoppage time, which Charlie Adam converted.
Despite that, the game did show flashes of their change...More
Swansea defender Angel Rangel believes referee Robert Madley should be punished following his decision to give Stoke City a penalty in the final minute on Sunday, writes Sky Sports.
The Swans were leading 3-2 with seconds to spare after they had come from two goals down with a brace from Wilfried Bony and one from Nathan Dyer completing the comeback, but Madley awarded a penalty to the Potters for a handball against Wayne Routledge, ...More
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