2017/18 One to Watch: Geoff Cameron

There's plenty of life in Stoke's American Hero yet, and Jason Martin looks at Geoff's future for the Potters... Of all the players I’d expected to be writing about as “One To Watch” for the coming season, I never expected it to be this one. We’ve invested £31m in the midfield over the last two years, … Continue reading 2017/18 One to Watch: Geoff Cameron

But WILL Mark Hughes leave though?

Not 'should he leave?', not 'who do you get in?', but arguably the most unanswerable question of the Hughes In/Out debate. Do we think, after Arsenal routed us at the bet365, that Hughes will be on his way? Before the Gunners took us apart, we posed the question on Twitter... https://twitter.com/wizardsofdrivel/status/862990230013579265 And now, we've asked … Continue reading But WILL Mark Hughes leave though?

QUIZ: Stoke City Premier League Players

It's nearly been a decade since Stoke City won promotion to the Premier League, and throughout our time in the "promised land", we've seen many faces come and go to the Britannia/Bet365 Stadium. 85 players have donned the red and white for the Potters in our most recent spell in the top flight...85! So, for … Continue reading QUIZ: Stoke City Premier League Players

Football Is About More Than Just Results

The idea that football is about results in pervasive throughout football. It's a phrase that you hear every day in the football world. For people in the game; managers, players, chairmen who rely on every point scrapped and gained it's true. Results are the lifeblood of a club's survival, of players' and manager's careers. If … Continue reading Football Is About More Than Just Results

Savage, Stoke and a season of inertia

"But you're 12th!" squawks Robbie Savage, with the forced incredulity of a child trying to deny they'd raided the biscuit tin with a full mouth of McVities. This the age of the entitled, deluded fan. With every aspect of football hyped up to the max by a frenzied media, it's only right that the football … Continue reading Savage, Stoke and a season of inertia