Stoke City football club host their fourth annual Sleep Out again tonight at the Bet365 Stadium.
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Stoke City manager Gary Rowett insists he will not hide away from criticism as the Potters’ struggles continued with their Carabao Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest.
Rowett has come under increasing pressure this week after his side suffered two identical 3-2 reverses, with both games seeing Stoke attempt to overturn a three-goal deficit.
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.”
Mark Hughes believes midfielder Giannelli Imbula has the potential to improve his performance before deciding to sell at the end of the season.
Imbula’s struggle to get more game time has failed to impress the Stoke City boss.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes said he expects Saido Berahino to make an impact against Tottenham Hotspur and could start the striker this weekend.
Berahino, 23, has made two substitute appearances for the Potters so far, and is in contention for more game time after returning from a five-day training camp in Dubai with the rest of the squad.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes said he was surprised by the sacking of last season’s Premier League winner Claudio Ranieri last night.
The former Leicester City boss was dismissed by the club just nine months after lifting the league trophy.
A man said to be in his 60s was taken to hospital during the Stoke City match against Everton.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is optimistic of ending the Potters’ poor record at The Emirates when they face Arsenal tomorrow.
Stoke come into this game on a good run of form, but their opponents have scored eight goals in their previous two league games.
Hughes though believes the Potters have a good chance of getting something out of the game away at Arsenal, after ending other poor records at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge this season and last season respectively.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes will be without several key players ahead of this Sunday’s Premier League game against Watford at Vicarage Road.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes believes striker Wilfried Bony will remain at the club despite a clause that could see him move to China.
The Potters signed the Ivorian international on loan from Manchester City on the basis he could be sold outright to the Chinese Super League.