- Thu Oct 12 2:30 AM
is pushing for inclusion in Manchester City's squad to face Stoke City on Saturday amid the prospect of a swift recovery from the broken rib he suffered in a car crash a fortnight ago.
- Wed Oct 11 6:17 PM
It's a welcome boost for Pep Guardiola with Gabriel Jesus likely to be suffering from jet lag after World Cup qualification
- Wed Oct 11 1:42 PM
• Rib injury suffered in Amsterdam car crash on 28 September • Striker now in training and Pep Guardiola hopes he can face Stoke Sergio Agüero is hopeful of being available for Manchester City’s home game with Stoke City on Saturday in what would be a surprise early return from the rib injury the...
- Tue Oct 10 7:38 PM
has made 43 Premier League appearances for Stoke. Stoke are hopeful midfielder Joe Allen
will be fit for their Premier League clash at Manchester City on Saturday despite suffering concussion while on Wales duty. Allen, 27, was forced off in Wales' 1-0 World Cup qualifying defeat to Rep...
- Tue Oct 10 6:35 PM
Allen was forced off in Wales' 1-0 World Cup qualifying defeat to the Republic of Ireland on Monday, which ended their hopes of qualifying for the tournament in Russia next year.
- Tue Oct 10 5:41 PM
Stoke are hopeful midfielder Joe Allen
will be fit for their Premier League clash at Manchester City on Saturday despite suffering concussion while on Wales duty.
- Tue Oct 10 4:41 PM
The 29-year-old took part in light training with some of his team-mates on Tuesday and is will work on his fitness over the coming days
- Tue Oct 10 4:03 PM
The former Liverpool man came off after colliding with James McClean
in his side's 1-0 loss to Republic of Ireland
- Tue Oct 10 2:31 PM
Stoke City are assessing Joe Allen
after he suffered a suspected concussion in Wales' World Cup Qualifier defeat to Republic of Ireland, according to Sky sources.
|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.