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Tag Archives: Manchester City
1) A harsh scoreline, but a harsher glare on Stoke’s deficiencies First of all, this was not a 4-1 game. Advertisements
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) Majesty, thy name is Stoke City Let’s lay it all out on the line here. In 25 years, I have never seen Stoke City play football of that quality.