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Tag Archives: Ryan Shawcross
1) A harsh scoreline, but a harsher glare on Stoke’s deficiencies First of all, this was not a 4-1 game.
1) A bright finish we never saw coming Before kick off, three points seemed unlikely. At half time, they looked impossible. Another thrashing looked a distinct possibility, while at the other end it had seemed as if the next man … Continue reading
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) An exercise in sloth and cowardice Strewth, where to start dissecting this? Shall we start by getting the excuses out of the way?
1) Charity begins with Stoke Fairytale story threatened by a reality check? Does it look like the wheels are in danger of coming off? Star striker not scored for a while? Star winger becoming more renowned for missing penalties than … 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) 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) Only darkness at the Stadium of Light Same old, same old. The usual non-performance, the usual outcome on the usual dreary day (we never seem to get this trip in spring do we?), Saturday once again demonstrated that the … Continue reading