Category: Stoke City

Stoke: Boss on Butland frustration

The 24-year-old sustained a broken finger in training and missed England’s friendlies against Germany and Brazil. It is the second time Butland has been hurt while away with England, as the keeper was sidelined for 13 months after breaking his ankle in a game against Germany in March 2016. The coincidence was not lost

Stoke boss Mark Hughes: Jack Butland has England jinx

The Potters’ No.1 is facing another spell on the sidelines after breaking a finger on international duty. The setback came just 19 months after he broke his ankle while playing against the Germany – leaving him sidelined for over a year. Hughes said: “He’s getting these setbacks in terms of injuries, usually when international squads

Stoke: Bowen happy with deputy Grant

The 34-year-old goalkeeper was brought to the bet365 Stadium from Derby in summer 2016 as initial cover for Butland, who was sidelined because of an ankle injury. However, Grant ended up making 28 Premier League appearances before Butland secured his place back between the sticks on his recovery. Grant, who was named Stoke’s

Stoke: Stoke star struggling for Brighton clash

The United States international has missed the Potters’ last two games after a training ground incident two-and-a-half weeks ago left him with a sore head. And Stoke assistant boss Mark Bowen has revealed Cameron has not yet returned to any kind of meaningful training. Speaking to the Stoke Sentinel on Tuesday, the Welshman

Stoke: Potters to move for Spurs defender

Mark Hughes is understood to be a big admirer of the young right-back, who lifted the Under-20 World Cup with England over the summer, and he is ready to strike in January. Reports claim that Stoke and Swansea are set to battle it out for his services on a temporary basis, having been impressed

Stoke news: A Premier League assessment of Mark Hughes’ side after eleven games

The 2017/18 campaign has been somewhat underwhelming for the Potters so far as they lie just three points above the relegation zone.  There have been some positive results but also a few heavy defeats which Mark Hughes will be worried about.  League position: 14th (12 points)  Best game: Stoke 1-0 Arsenal  Worst game: Manchester City 7-2 Stoke  Best

Stoke news: A Premier League assessment of Mark Hughes’ side after eleven games

The 2017/18 campaign has been somewhat underwhelming for the Potters so far as they lie just three points above the relegation zone.  There have been some positive results but also a few heavy defeats which Mark Hughes will be worried about.  League position: 14th (12 points)  Best game: Stoke 1-0 Arsenal  Worst game: Manchester City 7-2 Stoke  Best