- Sat Sep 16 7:30 AM
Paul Merson predicts Newcastle United vs Stoke City - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United will play host to Stoke City in the Premier League on Saturday. The Magpies are heading into this match on the back of successive league wins against West Ham and Swansea City, and their mor...
- Fri Sep 15 1:27 PM
The Stoke City Walking Wounded, 15/09/2017 Vitalfootball: Stoke: 15/09/2017 13:02:51 Our weekly update looking at the injury table for Stoke City FC and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League.
- Fri Sep 15 12:00 PM
Manchester United host Everton in the Premier League on Sunday hoping to maintain our lead at the top of the Premier League. Our 2-2 draw at Stoke City last weekend allowed Manchester City to join us on 10 points at… Continue Reading →
- Fri Sep 15 9:24 AM
Hughes Talks Newcastle Vitalfootball: Stoke: 15/09/2017 09:14:27 Manager Mark Hughes has been previewing Stoke City's clash with Newcastle United this weekend.
- Fri Sep 15 9:11 AM
Diouf Pens New Stoke Deal Vitalfootball: Stoke: 15/09/2017 09:04:41 Newly versatile Mame Diouf signed a new three year deal with Stoke City yesterday afternoon.
- Thu Sep 14 11:57 AM
On this week's United Hour , Imran ( @Annihilate Now! ), Colm ( @Duafc ) and Craig ( @Schmiznurf ) gather to discuss a variety of Manchester United related (and some unrelated) topics, ranging from beating Basel, how rain makes Fellaini's hair even more glorious, really crap defending, getting ki...
|I think that's important for them and for the club… that they know the situation that they're in,
You're never quite sure until you work with somebody what they are like as characters but Jack has got every attribute,
I thought he was excellent,
Lambert said of Ndiaye's debut. He was on for 60-odd minutes and for a lad who had only come in on Friday and didn't know anyone's name as such, he fitted in brilliantly.
I never [had a view of the penalty],
said Lambert. I know that is the answer nearly everybody says, but I have not had a chance to look at it.