Michael O’Neill has been unveiled as the new manager for Stoke City football club. He…
Northern Ireland Manager Michael O’Neill has today been appointed Stoke City boss. O’Neill becomes the…
Following the sacking of Nathan Jones today, Stoke City will be looking for their fifth…
New Stoke City manager Paul Lambert backed his side to beat the drop.
The Scot spoke positively of the squad he has inherited as he was unveiled to the media at the bet365 stadium.
Paul Lambert has been named as the new Stoke City manager, replacing Mark Hughes.
The 48-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half year deal at the Bet365 Stadium, the club announced today.
Former Market Drayton Town manager Martyn Davies says he is ‘upset’ after his shock axing by the Club after Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat to Alvechurch.
Davies says he was told in the oppositions boardroom of the decision.
Michael Brown has been appointed as manager at Port Vale after their relegation to League Two.
Brown has been caretaker boss at the club since December and has been favourite to get the job since Bruno Ribeiro resigned.
Newcastle Town manager Ivan lodge has been admitted to hospital following a suspected stroke.
The 54-year-old has not been in charge for Newcastle’s last three games due to a holiday break.
Port Vale interim manager Rob Page believes Tranmere Rovers have made a “fantastic” appointment in ex-Vale boss Micky Adams.
Adams, 52, resigned as Port Vale manager in September after six defeats on the bounce, ending his three-year tenure at Vale Park.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has been beaten to the Premier League Manager of the Month award by table topping Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers.
Hughes was nominated for the award after Stoke’s form throughout March, which included impressive wins over Aston Villa and title chasing Arsenal, but it was Rodgers who collected the accolade after five wins in five games lifted Liverpool to the top of the Premier League.