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Pre Match Interview with Stoke Boss Tony Pulis

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Tony Pulis tells BBC Radio Stoke that the Potters are capable of beating any side in the Premier League ahead of Saturday's clash with Manchester City.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 30 2009

Time: 4:42PM

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Stoke are in a no lose situation, If they win, they gloat and say with all that money etc, if they lose they say we were expected to lose.Tony Pulis didn't he complain about us and the ref when he was manager of Gillingham , because the ref just happened to be staying in the same hotel as some blues fans?
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