Category: Stoke City

Pieters pleased with Potters’ form

Erik Pieters is sure Stoke can finish the season well after a some recent impressive performances and results. Mame Diouf’s goal on Saturday gave the Potters a 1-1 draw at Chelsea – their first-ever point at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era – and stretched Mark Hughes’ side’s unbeaten run to four games. Pieters

Stoke can make season special – Hughes

Hughes was the first Stoke boss to get a league point at Chelsea since Bill Asprey in 1984 Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says his in-form team could achieve something “special” this season if they can maintain their current form. Coming off three straight wins, Stoke’s first-ever Premier League point at Chelsea on Saturday leaves

Pieters pleased with Potters’ form

Erik Pieters is sure Stoke can finish the season well after a some recent impressive performances and results. Mame Diouf’s goal on Saturday gave the Potters a 1-1 draw at Chelsea – their first-ever point at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era – and stretched Mark Hughes’ side’s unbeaten run to four games. Pieters

Pieters pleased with Potters’ form

Erik Pieters is sure Stoke can finish the season well after a some recent impressive performances and results. Mame Diouf’s goal on Saturday gave the Potters a 1-1 draw at Chelsea – their first-ever point at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era – and stretched Mark Hughes’ side’s unbeaten run to four games. Pieters

Pieters pleased with Potters’ form

Erik Pieters is sure Stoke can finish the season well after a some recent impressive performances and results. Mame Diouf’s goal on Saturday gave the Potters a 1-1 draw at Chelsea – their first-ever point at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era – and stretched Mark Hughes’ side’s unbeaten run to four games. Pieters

Pieters pleased with Potters’ form

Erik Pieters is sure Stoke can finish the season well after a some recent impressive performances and results. Mame Diouf’s goal on Saturday gave the Potters a 1-1 draw at Chelsea – their first-ever point at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era – and stretched Mark Hughes’ side’s unbeaten run to four games. Pieters

Stoke star Jack Butland eyes shock top four finish

And England’s No.2 keeper says he’ll be more more than happy if they stay the team nobody mentions. Three League wins on the bounce has seen Mark Hughes’ men ghost into seventh spot, just four points behind fourth-placed Manchester City. And with The Potters traditionally strong finishers to the season, Hughes and his men are