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Stylish Stoke and Bojan have the guile and graft to worry Chelsea

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes praised Jose Mourinho's Chelsea ahead of the pair's clash at the Britannia on Monday night.

Stoke welcome champions-elect Chelsea to the Potteries on Monday night and will look to emulate the thrilling 3-2 victory seen at the Britannia when the two teams last met there.

While Stoke have excelled against the so-called bigger clubs in the league this season, in Chelsea they will come up against the best of them. It will be a much different contest to the one faced in their last home match against Arsenal. The Blues have never shirked a battle at the Britannia, and so the side will have to...

Stoke show right attitude to battle for point at Crystal Palace

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes was also left wondering what might have been as his side were held to a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park.

The run up to Stoke's game at Crystal Palace on Saturday was dominated by a war of words between managers Mark Hughes and Neil Warnock, and the two sides went on to play out a "war of attrition," as Warnock put it, on the pitch as the game ended 1-1.

It was quite possibly the worst game of the season for Stoke in terms of how poor their play was going forward. They allowed themselves to be sucked into Palace's long-ball game, which ensured that fans were subjected to a match that was far from a spectacle....

 By Rory Smith

Bojan Krkic, the darling of Barcelona, is finding success in an unlikely place

Stoke City have completed the signing of striker Bojan Krkic from Barcelona on a four-year contract.

Bojan Krkic had tried everything else, and none of it had worked. He had done all he could to find the environment he believed would suit him best, cherry-picking clubs because of their manager, because of their stature, because of their style. He had found only disappointment. He was still just 23, and already he had been written off. In that context, what happens next makes sense. In any other, it doesn't.

There was no less likely transfer this summer than seeing Bojan, the one-time golden boy...

Stoke's quest for winning consistency starts with Palace

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes recounts his team's superb performance in a winning effort against Arsenal and questions the referee's decision to disallow Bojan Krkic's goal.

Stoke head to Selhurst Park on Saturday in fine fettle having recorded their annual victory over Arsenal at the Britannia just a week before and will be looking to add another win against one of their more immediate peers in the league.

The game won't have quite the prominence it had last season now that former Stoke manager Tony Pulis has departed Palace, but it remains a fixture that is of utmost importance. Stoke's consistency -- or lack thereof -- has been the most frustrating part of their...

 By Chris Wright

Stoke hero Peter Crouch goes crowd-surfing at Kasabian gig

While Arsenal fans were left licking their wounds following Saturday's humiliation at Stoke, Peter Crouch celebrated his side's hard-fought win over the Gunners by heading south to watch Kasabian blow the roof off the O2 Academy in Brixton.

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- Him again: Crouch goes crowd surfing

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Already head and shoulders above the rest of the audience in a very literal sense, Crouch promptly indulged in a spot of crowd-surfing as fans man-handled the lofty striker around. There was no robotic dancing in sight, sadly.