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6 hours ago

Mark Hughes pleased after Stoke earn first victory at home

The ESPN FC team answer your questions on Alan Pardew's future, if Carlos Tevez would fit in at Anfield and whether Juan Mata will start in place of the suspended Wayne Rooney.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes hailed Monday's 1-0 victory against Newcastle a "big" win for his side.

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The Potters claimed their first points at home of the Premier League season on their first goal at the Britannia Stadium -- Peter Crouch's first-half header.

"We are delighted with that," Hughes said. "It was an important win for us today, a big win."

Stoke had failed to score in two previous Premier League games on home soil, losing 1-0 to Aston Villa to open the season and 1-0 to Leicester City on Sept....

 Posted by ESPN Staff
7 hours ago

Prem: Stoke City 1-0 Newcastle

Stoke hadn't scored a goal at home until Peter Crouch's header found the back of the net to send the Magpies packing.

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8 hours ago

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew vows to continue to fight

The ESPN FC team answer your questions on Alan Pardew's future, if Carlos Tevez would fit in at Anfield and whether Juan Mata will start in place of the suspended Wayne Rooney.

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has vowed to keep on fighting after his side's 1-0 defeat at Stoke left them second bottom in the Barclays Premier League.

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The Magpies were slow to react as Peter Crouch headed in the winner from Victor Moses' cross in the 15th minute and, once again, several Newcastle fans could be seen holding up "Sack Pardew" signs throughout the contest.

And while there were other moments of defensive uncertainty from the visitors, they rarely looked like finding an equaliser,...

9 hours ago

Peter Crouch header for Stoke piles pressure on Newcastle

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Stoke hadn't scored a goal at home until Peter Crouch's header found the back of the net to send the Magpies packing.


The pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew cranked up as his side were beaten 1-0 by Stoke at a rain-drenched Britannia Stadium.

Ahead of this match Magpies owner Mike Ashley -- who the club insist was joking with the comment -- said Pardew would be "finished" if it ended in defeat.

- Brewin: Pardew to weather even bigger storm
- Duffy: Newcastle in a beleaguered state

And, certainly, it will be interesting to see what the future now holds for Pardew after a performance from the Tyneside...


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9 hours ago

Prem: Colback -- Newcastle chance (84')

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jack Colback (84') Stoke City 1-0 Newcastle

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