Stoke City go three without a win as they edge perilously close to the drop

Stoke City saw a last minute penalty from Charlie Adam saved by Brighton 'keeper Matt Ryan in controversial fashion in a 1-1 draw at the bet365 Stadium. Spanish attacker Jese was judged to have been pushed by Dale Stephens in the Brighton penalty area and the Spaniard was adamant he was going to take it,... Continue Reading →

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Paul Lambert speaks ahead of a six pointer in the relegation battle

It’s full steam ahead for Paul Lambert and his Stoke city side, as reports suggest the Scotsman has introduced a six-day working week in a bid to up his sides fitness levels. Lambert acknowledges the importance of the remaining fixtures in the league for his side, as they battle against relegation; “I said when I... Continue Reading →

The Rise of Salford City

Salford City, originally founded in 1940 but re-established in 2014 when Manchester United's famous Class of 92 (minus David Beckham who instead has opted for a franchise in Miami) are progressing quickly and efficiently through the English league hierarchy and it's a story which has been at the centre of English media attention including a... Continue Reading →

‘Wilkinson! It must be!’

Let me take you back to April 2011. Stoke City vs Bolton Wanderers. FA Cup semi-final. Wembley Stadium. Got it? The single best day in every single Stoke City fans life. A 5-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers. A team put out to defend by master tactician Tony Pulis, that ended up scoring 5 well worked... Continue Reading →

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