- Tue Jan 23 2:43 PM
At this point in the season, Stoke City fans are rightfully becoming more distraught as their club flirts with relegation. They currently sit in 17th in the table with a mere 23 points, just one point more than the Saints, who sit in 18th. But when looking at the Potters’ record and form this sea...
- Mon Jan 22 8:58 AM
Us : Oh my. No Thibaut, no Cahill, no Drinkwater, no Fabregas and of course no Pesto (silly autospell, silly boy) and no Morata. That’s six. Conte has, I believe, since said that we were missing five important players today. Did he just exclude the keeper? Or did he mean someone else? There’s s...
- Sat Jan 20 11:37 AM
Watching this at the moment, didn’t see a thread. United: Fotijcek Laird Dunn O’Connor Tanner Levitt Garner Chong Barlow Baars Burkhart United 0-1 up now, Baars 33’
- Sat Jan 20 10:08 AM
Stoke v Huddersfield - Follow On Twitter - 20-1-18 Vitalfootball: Stoke: 20/01/2018 10:08:15 Stoke are at the Bet365 Stadium with Huddersfield the visitors today, this will be a 3pm kick-off.
- Fri Jan 19 9:06 AM
The Stoke City Injury List Improving Vitalfootball: Stoke: 19/01/2018 09:06:37 Our weekly update looking at the injury table for Stoke City FC and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League.
- Fri Jan 19 7:16 AM
Wagner Done For January Ahead Of Stoke Vitalfootball: Huddersfield: 19/01/2018 07:16:18 Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner has declared himself pleased with the club's business this month and said that's the lot for the month.
|I couldn't really see it (at the time) with the weather,
said Lambert. I saw it on the monitor and I can understand why Martin's give the red card.
With regards to Mame, he has a slight chance, but we are going to have to have a look at him over the next day or so,
Lambert told club website. There are a few decisions to be made before kick-off and there are a few areas of the pitch that we may need to shake things up in a little bit....
If we keep the same fighting spirit we have got - as Pep said - we'll be all right,
said Lambert. The main objective is stay in the league and then rebuild for next season.
I understand why he's at the top of his profession because I have seen how he works,
Lambert said. He has done it at Barcelona and Bayern and he has done it here with City. He built a Bayern Munich team that was sweeping everything before them. OK, he never won the Champions League...