- Fri Nov 10 12:35 PM
Stoke chairman optimistic about sealing agreement for highly experienced attacker - originally posted on Sportslens.com Stoke City are looking to agree to a new deal with the 36-year-old striker Peter Crouch. The former Liverpool forward has had an impressive career at the Britannia and the Stoke...
- Thu Nov 9 8:26 PM
More England Woe For Butland Vitalfootball: Stoke: 09/11/2017 20:08:25 Having broken his ankle the other year whilst on England duty, Stoke City's Jack Butland
has now withdrawn from the squad after breaking a finger.
- Wed Nov 8 11:15 AM
Stoke's International Contingent Vitalfootball: Stoke: 08/11/2017 10:47:54 Stoke City have eight players out on international duty this month.
- Tue Nov 7 9:43 AM
Mark & Peter Talk Crouch Vitalfootball: Stoke: 07/11/2017 09:31:03 Manager Mark Hughes has been waxing lyrical about Peter Crouch
and Crouchie was also in front of the press following the Leicester City fightback.
- Tue Nov 7 9:17 AM
Iborra & Ndidi Take Stoke Positives Vitalfootball: Leicester City: 07/11/2017 09:17:13 Whilst being disappointed to take only a point from Leicester City's trip to Stoke City at the weekend, Vicente Iborra and Wilfred Ndidi wanted to focus on the
- Tue Nov 7 9:02 AM
Gray Keen To Progress Following New Leicester Deal Vitalfootball: Leicester City: 07/11/2017 09:02:30 Ahead of the weekend's tie against Stoke City, young winger Demarai Gray signed a new contract extension at Leicester City and he's now looking to establish himself
- Mon Nov 6 12:20 PM
https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/worl aged-25/ar-AAutVL7?li=AAmiR2Z&ocid=spartandhp According to his wiki page he suffered a heart attack. Rest in peace.
|He does it on TV just to make sure I'm aware of it,
said Hughes with a chuckle. All his mates in the media make sure that they ask the question.
He's unique and obviously he's still very adept at what he does,
said his manager, Mark Hughes.
Everyone is saying he is Plan B,
said Hughes. If it continues, he may be Plan A.
It has been difficult for us to be fair because clearly we have had so many injuries in that area,
Hughes told stokecity.com.