Stoke lost to 1860 Munich, although Mark Hughes was not overly worried as the German side had played more games and Stoke fielded two different starting line-ups for each half. 83 more words
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It was a bold statement from Mark Hughes and his management team when Stoke City’s pre-season fixtures were announced.
Whilst rumours of a trip to Germany had been circulating for a number of weeks, there were few who would have expected such a difficult opponent to be lined up for the opening fixture. 429 more words
Stoke City, under new manager Mark Hughes, finished 9th in the Premier League with 50 points — their best finish since the 1974-1975 season. With an approach less oriented toward Pulis-ball’s defensive tactics, and more toward a free-flowing style, the Potters are hopeful of signing more attacking players. 248 more words