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The Sun - Sat Oct 28 7:35 PM
TROY DEENEY has set twitter into a frenzy once again after grabbing Stoke midfielder Joe Allen’s face and neck with both hands. Deep into injury time with his team down 1-0 the Watford skipper let out his frustrations after Allen cleared the ball when his teammate was down. Allen looked to make t...
The Sun - Sat Oct 28 5:09 PM
BOGEY team Stoke gave Watford another difficult afternoon. Mark Hughes’ men had won their last three matches against the high-flying Hornets but looked set for the chop this time as they arrived at Vicarage Road in 17th position. But Darren Fletcher’s experience shone through as he fired City ah...
The Sun - Sat Oct 28 3:59 PM
WATFORD issued a rather bizarre safety warning ahead of their Premier League against Stoke on Saturday. The messaged displayed on one of the large monitors at Vicarage road during the pre-game warm-ups advised the Hornets’ faithful to “beware flying football.” The full warning read: “Warm-up now...
The Sun - Fri Oct 27 8:33 AM
MARK HUGHES is ready to pounce on Mimoun Mahi’s release clause at Groningen to boost Stoke’s season. Sparky is among the Premier League and Championship managers who want the Morocco forward in a £2million deal. Swansea have also been to Holland to watch the 23-year-old, who scored 17 goals in Er...
The Sun - Thu Oct 26 1:24 PM
MARK HUGHES’ Stoke are in desperate need of a victory as they visit high-flying Watford. The Potters have won just one in seven Premier League games and are hovering above the bottom three, whilst Marco Silva’s Hornets have been excellent and are just outside the Euro places.
The Sun - Mon Oct 23 11:30 AM
BOURNEMOUTH host Middlesbrough in the Carabao Cup as the Premier League side look to build on their victory away to Stoke. Garry Monk’s side are struggling for form and have not won in their last five games, with this run featuring two defeats. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.