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The Top 5 Conclusions from Stoke City 2-1 West Ham United 15.05.16

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 in a Stoke shirt to score a goal at the Brit might be one of the old boys returning to pay tribute to Andy Wilkinson, like Chris Iwelumo. 2,426 more words

Premier League

in the sun

I am in the sun

Sitting

Sunlight reflecting off my eyes

Which do not wince in the glare

Maybe my armpits are sweating

My skin perhaps getting burnt… 570 more words

Poems

The Top 5 Conclusions from Manchester City 4-0 Stoke City 23.04.16

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 1998. 3,126 more words

Premier League

The Top 5 Conclusions from Stoke City 0-4 Tottenham Hotspur 18.04.16

1) An exercise in sloth and cowardice

 Strewth, where to start dissecting this? Shall we start by getting the excuses out of the way? 3,363 more words

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Gonzo Sports Digest: Ryan Shawcross for England, Donald Trump hating and boxers with unconventional sex lives

If time was a currency I’d be in the poor house right now, come to think of it I could do with more cold hard currency as well so whatever I’m doing it isn’t profitable. 431 more words

Football

Stoke's Shawcross: Zlatan ended my England career in ten minutes

Ryan Shawcross has earned just one cap for the England national team, coming on as a late substitute in a 2012 match against Sweden with the Three Lions leading 2-1. 290 more words

Barclays Premier League

How Ibrahimovic Ruined My England Career In 10 Minutes- Shawcross

One capped England International and Stoke City captain Ryan Shawcross has jokingly revealed how PSG and Sweden star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic ended his England career in just ten minutes. 364 more words

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