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Stoke seek win over a former friend

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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Aston Villa 1 0 2 3
15 Stoke 0 2 1 2
16 Tottenham 0 2 1 2
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Stoke forward Jonathan Walters wants to stay despite Norwich interest

Without fail, Stoke fans will find Jonathan Walters' name on the teamsheet before every match.
Walters has been a consistent goalscorer for Stoke.

Stoke forward Jonathan Walters has said he is keen to stay at the club, but feels they are yet to show they value him in contract negotiations.

Walters' current deal runs out next summer, and he was the subject of a reported bid of around £1.5 million by Norwich last week.

It was rejected by Stoke and, after Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw with the Canaries at Carrow Road, boss Mark Hughes confirmed he would...

Tony Pulis turns from friend to foe as Stoke plot win over West Brom

Mark Hughes praised Jack Butland's performance following Stoke's 1-1 draw at Norwich.

West Bromwich will arrive at the Britannia on Saturday with ex-manager Tony Pulis at the helm, and unfortunately, games against him tend to bring out the worst in some Stoke fans.

They reassume the stance on him they had in the final months of his tenure when they were split down the middle on his future. The arguments should be over now, with both Stoke and Pulis going on to enjoy the type of success they were never able to achieve together.

Even Pulis' most fervent supporters at Stoke would admit...

Mark Hughes relieved after Stoke City survive Luton Town on penalties

Geoff Cameron's penalty clinched a shootout win for Stoke at Luton Town.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes was relieved after his Premier League side narrowly avoided a Capital One Cup upset at League Two Luton.

The Potters needed penalties to progress after the match had finished 1-1, with substitute Geoff Cameron scoring the winning spot-kick after home defender Scott Griffiths had put his effort against the crossbar.

Hughes, who will now take his side to one of his former clubs in Championship outfit Fulham for round three, said: "I think the the obvious feeling is relief. We...

 By PA Sport

Stoke City need penalties to see off Luton Town in Capital One Cup

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Stoke CityStoke City
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Geoff Cameron celebrates with teammates after scoring the deciding penalty in Stoke's win over Luton.

Stoke progressed to the third round of the Capital One Cup after beating brave League Two side Luton 8-7 on penalties at Kenilworth Road.

The teams finished locked level at 1-1 after extra-time.

Following 14 successful spot-kicks, home defender Scott Griffiths saw his effort hit the crossbar, while Stoke sub Geoff Cameron made no mistake.

He fired beyond Elliot Justham to earn a trip to Championship Fulham, once managed by Stoke boss Mark Hughes.

The visitors gave former Barcelona forward Bojan...

 By PA Sport

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes wants Jonathan Walters to stay

Norwich failed to captalise on their chances in a 1-1 draw with Stoke.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes praises keeper Jack Butland for playing through a broken finger.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes confirmed he wanted winger Jonathan Walters to stay at the club, despite interest from Norwich on the eve of Saturday's match.

The 31-year-old has been recovering from illness this week, but has yet to commit to a new contract.

Hughes said: "Norwich did make a bid, but it was nowhere near our valuation.

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"That [coming so close to the match] was probably a bit of mischief.

"But it happens, I have probably been guilty of it myself in the past, so I am not going to be...