Five players whose summer exits have hardly been felt. Can you imagine Stevie gegenpressing?
Stoke City are to support a football kit amnesty on behalf of leading football recycling charity Kits4Causes at their game against Manchester City at the Britannia Stadium on December 5.
Some summer exits hurt more than others. Oh for Benteke's goals or Schneiderlin's energy...
Stoke midfielder Glenn Whelan says the competition in the squad can end in a top-six finish this season.
No reason for Spurs and Liverpool to place ceilings on their expectations. Plus Arsene. Oh, Arsene.
Mark Hughes hopes that victory over Southampton on Saturday can finally instigate his Stoke side finishing higher than their opponents in the Premier League.
Bojan Krkic's early goal gave Stoke City a surprise away win at Southampton.
Mark Hughes expects Republic of Ireland hero Jon Walters to fire up Stoke after his international heroics.
Alexis Sanchez has played 29 games for club and country this season, at least three more than everyone else.
Stoke are looking to buy another defensive midfielder in the winter transfer window, according to chairman Peter Coates.
Liverpool have four fixtures to be shown on TV; Arsenal, Chelsea, both Manc clubs and Spurs all have two.
Stoke chairman Peter Coates insists the club are "desperate" to bring academy products through to the first-team squad.
Stoke had to work 'exceptionally hard' to beat Chelsea for second time in a fortnight.
Chelsea lost 1-0 at Stoke City to pile even more pressure on Jose Mourinho, leaving his future as manager in doubt.
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