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Tag Archives: Philipp Wollscheid
1) An exercise in sloth and cowardice Strewth, where to start dissecting this? Shall we start by getting the excuses out of the way? Advertisements
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 An unholy shambles Wretched. Miserable. Abject. Pathetic. It’s hard to find words to do justice to just how poor Stoke were in their latest catastrophe of this most nightmarish of starts to 2016.
Pride and devastation I really thought I was ‘over’ feeling like this about football. The giddy highs and depths of despair that come with the game tend to be more intense when you’re growing up, and it all still feels … 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) A win surprising in its lack of surprise “This man is magic. He scores goals that others simply dream of!” The fact that, 22 years on, every Stoke fan still remembers Alan Parry’s commentary (while conveniently forgetting that we … Continue reading
1) The predictable crash landing back to earth Ever seen a film sequel that turns out to basically a lazily reassembled retread of the first one, just changed enough in terms of plot to justify its existence? Think The Hangover … Continue reading
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