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Stoke City manager, Mark Hughes insists his side are not feeling the pressure after back to back defeats have called questions on his four-year reign at the Bet365 stadium.

The Potters currently sit outside the relegation zone on goal difference and the recent sackings of Ronald Koeman and Craig Shakespeare will not dampen the calls for Hughes’ resignation.

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes insists his side have been in a worse positions before and turned their season around.

The Potters currently sit one place above the relegation zone on goal difference but Hughes is positive they can climb the table as they have in the past.

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Stoke starlet, Tom Edwards has been tipped for a ‘promising future’ by manager Mark Hughes.

The 18-year-old from Stafford made his first team appearance at right back against Manchester City. The youngster had a promising debut, assisting Stoke’s second goal.

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Stoke City are top of the fair play league after seven games.

If Stoke can get the top spot this year they will be awarded money to spend on ‘fair play or respect-themed projects.’

The Potters will hope it will be enough to make The Premier League realise that they are not a ‘rugby team’.

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says he believes Saido Berahino’s claim that his drugs ban was a result of a spiked drink in a nightclub.

Hughes insists that the club have always known the background to the situation.

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes believes that managers who depart Premier League clubs after having little proving time is “worrying.”

Middlesbrough sacked Aitor Karanka yesterday after a poor run of form. The club are on a 10-game win-less streak and are the Premier League’s lowest scorers with 19 goals.

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A gritty Stoke City side picked up a well deserved point at the Etihad Stadium as they held Manchester City to a 0-0 draw.

Mark Hughes’ side were the better team in the first half and were probably unlucky not to go into the break with the lead.

But Manchester City created several clear cut chances in the second half and failed to take advantage, as the Potters remain in the top half of the Premier League table.

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