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Monk's wrong -- Rangel fouled Moses

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Adam could be key vs. Swansea

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Hughes dilemma: Time to drop Begovic?

Stoke Sep 26, 2014
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9 hours ago

Bitter Monk should watch his mouth over embarrassing 'dive' claims

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes doesn't believe Victor Moses dived during his side's 2-1 victory over Swansea City.

Stoke's 2-1 win over Swansea was deserved and manager Mark Hughes is due a huge dose of credit, not only for changing the game around and bringing on three players who all contributed to the winner, but also for biting his tongue after an astonishing attack on his player by Swansea manager Garry Monk.

No one asked him about Gylfi Sigurdsson's dive in the first half as he attempted to deceive the referee into awarding a penalty; nor did they show him a picture of Angel Rangel with a handful of Victor...

4 days ago

Adam could be crucial in Stoke's hunt for back-to-back wins

Charlie Adam could be crucial to Stoke's hopes of gaining back-to-back home wins this weekend, with Swansea due at the Britannia.

The international breaks are preseason's ugly sister, stealing your weekends and insisting on something called "quality time" which usually equates to being handed a long list of overdue chores to do. The latest of these breaks is now gone and Stoke fans can be thankful that the list of errands is again consigned to the messy drawer and they can instead focus their attention on the more pressing matter of the Swansea game.

A "must win fixture" is a term often used out of context and with just six...

 By Michael Cox
Oct 7, 2014

International break provides valuable opportunity for Premier League clubs

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Liverpool are better off with new signing Mario Balotelli.

Once upon a time, an international break was extremely useful for almost every Premier League manager.

In the days before foreign imports dominated England's top division, relatively few players were selected by their country -- put simply, the majority of players in the division were English, but only around 25 were called up to the England side.

Therefore, the majority of the squad would continue to train at the club -- although they might, however, use the absence of upcoming matches to spend...

Oct 5, 2014

Hapless Wilson continues to undermine Stoke

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes laments his team's inability to defend against Sunderland's attack in a 3-1 loss at the Stadium of Light.
Marc Wilson is struggling at Stoke City, with some sections of the club's support keen for him to be taken out of the side.

Stoke were unable to repeat the success of their last visit to Wearside and were their own worst enemy, undone by a mixture of injury, naivety and ineptitude that gifted a 3-1 victory to hosts Sunderland on Saturday.

Having put together a side best suited to counterattacking, the loss of Mame Diouf against Newcastle and Victor Moses after less than 20 minutes in this match hit Mark Hughes' side hard. Those injuries left the Potters relying on the inconsistent Marko Arnautovic and an unfit Oussama...

Oct 2, 2014

Shawcross omission latest example of Hodgson's bias against Stoke

Mark Hughes admitted he was delighted to pick up three points with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle.

Stoke fans are quite happy at the moment. Their side sit 11th in the league table and have just recorded their first home win of the season against Newcastle. But that joy was short-lived with England manager Roy Hodgson's latest squad announcement.

Ryan Shawcross -- linchpin of the second-best defence in the Premier League -- has once again been completely ignored by a manager who continues to overlook one of the best defensive options available to him. Having lost Chris Smalling and Phil Jones...

By ESPN Staff
Sep 30, 2014

Defensive solidity and an impressive Arnautovic give Stoke a platform

It was a case of third time lucky for Mark Hughes as he watched his Stoke side bag their first home goal and win of the season with a 1-0 win Monday over an increasingly despondent Newcastle side.

The result further piles the pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew, who faced abuse from the stands on both sides of the pitch. While Stoke had less possession, their chances were clear-cut, with the pace and wizardry of Victor Moses a constant thorn in the Magpies' side. Having scouted the Potters...