- Mon Sep 18 1:45 PM
After a couple of lean years at Man City and Stoke respectively, Wilfried Bony returned to Swansea on transfer deadline day in a £12 million deal. Two substitute appearances later and the Ivory Coast striker was finally made to perform his second initiation song at the Welsh club. No prizes for g...
London Evening Standard
- Mon Sep 18 12:00 PM
Heung-min Son admits it has been a wrench to be separated from Kevin Wimmer, who left Tottenham to join Stoke City at the end of the transfer window.
- Mon Sep 18 10:48 AM
Despite the transfer window now being shut across Europe, there is still talk of potential moves in January or even next summer.
- Sun Sep 17 5:38 PM
Stoke City and England star Jack Butland
has welcomed him being linked with a move to Premier League giants Manchester United, however a transfer may prove unlikely to due the fact that the ‘keeper’s happy at his current club, according to the Daily Mail. Butland, who is highly-rated by both the...
- Sat Sep 16 1:11 PM
INTERVIEW BY LUKE AUGUSTUS: The goalkeeper is highly-rated by club and country – with his heroics against Arsenal and Manchester United this season only further enhancing his reputation.
- Thu Sep 14 10:14 PM
The 29-year-old has penned a new three-year contract on the eve of his 100th appearance since joining from Hannover three years ago.
- Thu Sep 14 9:19 PM
MAME DIOUF is dreaming of Stoke ending their 45-year run without silverware after he landed a new contract until 2020. The Potters say the Senegal striker is being rewarded for his “versatility” with a three-year deal. Diouf knows Stoke’s last trophy joy was their 2-1 League Cup final victory ove...
- Thu Sep 14 8:00 PM
Senegal international Mame Diouf signs a new three-year contract at Premier League side Stoke City.
- Thu Sep 14 4:42 PM
Mame Biram Diouf has penned a new three-year contract at Stoke to keep him at the club until 2020.
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Hughes said. It is no reflection on Lee at all.
Performances are better than results describe,
said Hughes. I'd argue the performance on Wednesday was good up to 77 minutes when the second goal went in. If we don't get the results our performances deserve, we put ourselves under pressure, which is where we are now, but I fully e...
I'd argue on Wednesday that the performance was good,
Hughes said. We got to 77 minutes when the second goal went in and we had been well in the game. We lost to a last-minute goal at Crystal Palace when we had been the better team, as at Brighton when we drew. But if you don't get...
It should be recognised that referees make mistakes,
Hughes said. I don't see why he should be refereeing this weekend.