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The Sentinel Apr 15, 2016
Stoke City Extra Time: Let's do it for Huthy -even if it was...

Stoke City Extra Time: Let's do it for Huthy -even if it was...

ROBERT Huth gives Stoke even more incentive to beat Tottenham on Monday. Certainly those playing with him at Stoke will be happy to nudge him towards a Premier League winner's medal by snatching vital points off Leicester's only genuine pursuers. We might even be cheeky enough to claim a very small slice of the glory if/when Leicester lift that crown. For Huth has played his part in a monumental 18 months for Leicester which has seen them escape near-certain relegation and then launch into...
The Sentinel Apr 5, 2016
Stoke City – QUIZ: Name the eight Potters to star in 21st...

Stoke City – QUIZ: Name the eight Potters to star in 21st...

STOKE City could only watch on as Manchester City and Arsenal played off to reach the FA Youth Cup final last night, with Blackburn and Chelsea meeting in the other semi-final next week. The young Potters' challenge to make it to the last two for the first time since 1984 ended on a very cold night against Coventry back in the third round. But that doesn't mean that we shouldn't take an interest in the competition's latter stages. Eight players have featured in FA Youth Cup finals since...

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