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Stoke City boss Paul Lambert was in a positive mood ahead of the do-or-die relegation clash against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Anything other than victory will all but send Stoke City down into the Championship.
With the threat of relegation looming, Stoke City are desperate for points in their final three matches of the season.
Speaking to the media, Paul Lambert praised his players commitment in fighting to stay in the Premier League, “They have given me absolutely everything that’s in their bodies.”
Stoke City manager Paul Lambert insisted that all eyes are geared towards gaining a positive result against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Monday evening.
The 48-year-old declined the opportunity to make any comment on the situation regarding Jese and Saido Berahino. On-loan Paris Saint Germain attacker Jese has reportedly failed to turn up for training, while Berahino has been demoted to train with the under-23s.
Paul Lambert was delighted with the Stoke City faithful as he praised “first class” support after his side were narrowly beat 1-2 at home this afternoon to Tottenham Hotspur.
PAUL LAMBERT has blasted the officials as his Stoke City side slid to their 16th defeat of a treacherous campaign, losing 2-1 at home to Everton.
Stoke City boss Paul Lambert has labelled this weekend’s Premier League fixture against Everton as a “must win” with the Potters sitting 19th in the table.
Paul Lambert was full of praise for his opposition number Pep Guardiola, ahead of his Stoke’s match against Premier League leaders Manchester City.
The Scot said that the City boss was ‘probably the best manager around at the moment’ as he prepares to welcome him to the Bet365 Stadium on Monday evening.
Stoke City manager Paul Lambert believes that goalkeeper Jack Butland is ready to assume the role as England’s first choice ahead of this summer’s World Cup in Russia.
Speaking at his news conference before Monday’s meeting with Manchester City, the Scot gave his stopper the vote of confidence.
Stoke City manager Paul Lambert believes that the pressure is off his side this weekend, as few people expect them to beat Premier League leaders Manchester City.
The Potters head into Monday evening’s game with only one defeat in six, against a team that Lambert has described as ‘one of the top sides in Europe’.