Stoke City midfielder Stephen Ireland faces a lengthy period out of action after needing several stitches in his leg after being injured in a challenge during Saturday’s 1-0 win over Hull City, the Daily Mail has reported.
The former Manchester City star was caught towards the end of the first half by a challenge from Maynor Figueroa, who in clearing the ball downfield, caught Ireland with a hefty follow-through, with his studs ma...More
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has revealed that he would like to sign winger Victor Moses from Chelsea on a permanent basis in the summer, the Daily Mail has reported.
The Nigerian international has spent this season on loan at the Britannia Stadium and has shown impressive form, including last time out at Aston Villa, where he won and converted the penalty which earned the Potters a 2-1 win which lifted them to 36 points with 12...More
Hull City will be aiming to make it three Premier League wins in succession against Stoke City, for whom victory would leave them just one point shy of the magic 40-point mark.
The home side deserve plenty of credit for the manner in which they battled to a 2-1 victory in their last game at Aston Villa, particularly as they came from behind with a makeshift back four. It was also the perfect response to two heavy defeats, with ple...More
Tim Sherwood takes charge of struggling Aston Villa for the first time as they take on injury-ravaged Midlands rivals Stoke City on Saturday.
Coach Scott Marshall’s parting act was to manage the Villans to victory over Leicester City in the FA Cup on Sunday, in a game which saw the team show plenty more attacking intent than they had for most of the season under previous boss Paul Lambert. It leaves Sherwood with a lot to build on...More
According to Sky Sports, Stoke City will be missing both Ryan Shawcross and Marc Muniesa for their weekend clash against Aston Villa.
Injuries have blighted Stoke’s season so far, and the lack of defensive options will be a big worry for manager Mark Hughes. Club captain Ryan Shawcross has missed City’s last three games with a back injury, and has recently had an injected to fast track his return to the first-team.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes offered no excuses after his side were comfortably seen off 4-1 by Championship club Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup fifth round, the Stoke Sentinel has reported.
The Premier League side actually made much the brighter start at Ewood Park, going ahead after 10 minutes when Peter Crouch reacted first to a corner that Rovers had failed to deal with; lashing the ball into the roof of the net. Then follow...More
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