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Cech to Arsenal, now Begovic to Chelsea?

As Peter Cech signs for Arsenal expect the Premier League goalkeeper merry-go-round to start off big time. Man Utd are after a keeper and of course now… 169 more words

Stoke City FC

Creative Sparky: Mark Hughes and the Stoke Revolution

When Mark Hughes took over from Tony Pulis at the Britannia Stadium in the summer of 2013, many felt he was undertaking a thankless task. His appointment was driven by a desire among Stoke’s players, board and fans to see their traditionally physical style replaced by something a little easier on the eye, but many doubted whether the squad was capable of that transformation. 755 more words

Farewell Huth - the Berlin Wall

Sad to see a modern day Stoke legend Robert Huth leave the club and join Leicester City on a three year deal. He had been at Leicester on loan since January and had proved a real hit with the fans. 67 more words

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Yehvan Konoplyanka - A colossal transfer merry-go round

Yehvan Konoplyanka. One of Europe’s hottest players after his showing in the Europa League for Ukrainian team Dnipro. Konoplyanka has been touted for bigger things and has been linked with a move away from Dnipro this season to… wait a minute? 574 more words

Is Joselu our Jon Walters Mark II?

We’ve gone and signed another Spanish lad haven’t we, and for only slightly more than we paid for Dave Kitson (by £250,000) – which is a result. 564 more words

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Stoke City Believe They Can Lure Bolasie Away From Crystal Palace

Whilst most of the speculation linking Yannick Bolasie with a move away from Crystal Palace this summer has revolved around Tottenham Hotspur, a report in The Mirror suggests that Stoke City are now weighing up a bid for him. 301 more words

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Stoke City | Premier League Season Review | 1st June 2015 | Ravi

Every season just seems to get better and better for Stoke City. Since being in the top flight eight years ago now and really cemented their status as a Premier League team and can only get better. 562 more words