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1) The comeback starts here At long last, a result at Old Trafford! How typically Stoke City that our first point away at Manchester United since the week after John Lennon was shot (Lee Chapman’s strike making rather fewer headlines than … Continue reading
1) The favourites upset the underdogs Do not adjust your sets. Stoke City played at home against a team below them in their table, and they actually won…and pretty comfortably at that.
1) Flat, but not the end of the world There’s little more deflating in football than when your team doesn’t turn up for a big game. We’ve seen it countless times at Stoke, from relegation six pointers, to play offs, … Continue reading
1) Yes mate! Six points in two weeks! A first away win! And saints be praised, a clean sheet! After a frustrating and at times worrying start to the season, everything seems to be coming up Stokie.
1) Exhale! Exhale! Exhale! Thank. The. Lord. Though accomplished in thoroughly unconvincing fashion, Stoke City have their first league win of the season at only the seventh time of asking. We might have made heavier weather of it than a … Continue reading
1) Disjointed and disappointed in East Anglia For all the progress made and the big name arrivals this summer, Stoke City are hardly in a position to treat a point at Carrow Road – a ground at which they’ve won … Continue reading
1) Disappointment reigns, but makeshift Stoke’s grit impresses Since football reached saturation point during the 1990s, there’s been no shortage of people eager to read too much into opening day results and performances. This was a match, however, that … Continue reading