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The Opposition: Stoke #3

The Opposition: Stoke #3

Full Club Name:
Stoke City Football Club

Year Formed:
1863

Nickname:
The Potters

Ground:
Britannia Stadium

Capacity:
28,383

Manager:
Tony Pulis (2006 to present)

Chairman:
Peter Coates (2005 to present)

Mascot:
Pottermus and Pottermiss

Top Scorer:
Fuller: 6

Player to Watch:
Rory Delap (again for his long throws)

Stoke Last 6 Form Guide:
Draw, Draw, Win, Draw, Draw, Win = 9 points

City Last 6 Form Guide:
Loss, Win, Loss, Win, Draw, Draw = 8 points

Possible Starting Line-Up:

Sorensen
-
Collins - Shawcross - Huth - Higginbotham
-
Lawrence - Delap - Diao - Tuncay
-
Sidibe - Fuller

Current Table Position:
11th. Played 26. Won 6. Lost 8. Drawn 10. Goal difference -3. Points 34

Club Records:
Most Appearances: 675 John McCue
Most Goals: 282 Tommy Sales
Record Attendance: 51,130 vs Arsenal, 1937
Record League Win: 10-3 vs West Brom: 1937
Record transfer fee paid: 5,500,000 - Dave Kitson from Reading, 2008
Record transfer fee received: 3,000,000 - Seyi Olofinjana, 2009

Famous Stoke Fans:
Frank Bough (TV Presenter)
Nick Hancock (TV Presenter)
Dominic Cork (Ex-Test Cricketer)
Ted Hankey (Darts)
Andy Robinson (Rugby coach)

Writer:bigal84
Date:Tuesday February 23 2010
Time: 9:57PM

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What this lot again? Theres even a nice picture of Chav Manager at the top of the page! LOL
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23/02/2010 23:50:00
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