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1) This is getting embarrassing now When you go into a game actively expecting to lose 4-0, something is badly wrong. At the end of a week when the world lost Prince, Stoke partied not like it was 1999, but … Continue reading
1) Stoke do it to themselves (and that’s what really hurts) For some reason, this feels worse than a defeat.
1) Stoke’s best league performance of 2016 Vicarage Road has been a pretty happy hunting ground for Stoke in recent times; The Hornets have managed just two victories over us on their own patch in the last 10 meetings stretching … Continue reading
1) A frustrating afternoon In an age when people bang on about the ‘gentrification’ of football (which I think means more families at grounds and less stabbings, boooo!) it’s good to know we still have at least one genuine rivalry … 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) Stoke do (just) enough Ever looked at what you’ve got left in the fridge after Christmas and just chucked it all into a saucepan to make a sort of Frankenstein’s lobby?
1) A few alarms, but no surprises PROGRESS! After three fruitless attempts and nearly 11 years, Stoke City finally scored their first goal against a Tony Pulis team since October 2005,
1) 93 minutes of insanity It’s not enormously fashionable to invoke Alton Towers at the moment, but during my youth in the early 90s, the box office ride at Staffordshire’s foremost adventure park was the Corkscrew.
1) A performance defective in all areas Three wins in a row. A home game against a promoted side. Fans confidently predicting wins by a three or four goal margin…after a week in which the Back to the Future films … Continue reading