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Tag Archives: Jakob Haugaard
1) Serious grounds for concern As English football’s unlikeliest of champions prepared for a bonkers party in the East Midlands, the only dilly dinging and indeed donging in Potteries football is coming from the alarm bells that are well and … Continue reading
1) A Mersey killing Well that’s pretty much that then. Technically it might well still be possible to finish strongly and even sneak into Europe. But this was a performance that screamed ‘it’s over’. There are too many players out, … Continue reading
1) Stoke do it to themselves (and that’s what really hurts) For some reason, this feels worse than a defeat.
A gigantic Danish goalkeeper, signed for just over half a million quid from the Danish champions. Is Mark Hughes having flashbacks to the summer of 1991?