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Stoke Betting News
Odds slashed on Pulis departure


The odds have been slashed on Tony Pulis in the next Premier League manager to leave their post market. Is his time at West Brom up?

Published : 29/09/16 15:40 PM
Is Giggs set for the Swansea job?


Reports are suggesting that Ryan Giggs could be set for his venture in management should Swansea part company with Francesco Guidolin.

Published : 22/09/16 14:07 PM
Bookmaker opens betting on next team name change


Will your club follow Hull City Tigers' lead?

Published : 09/08/13 14:00 PM
Opening weekend fixture odds from Paddy Power


Premier League opening fixture betting.

Published : 19/06/13 10:55 AM
Tough opening run for Moyes


Title favourites handed difficult early fixtures.

Published : 19/06/13 09:25 AM
Di Matteo favourite for Stoke post


Former Chelsea boss 3/1 to replace Pulis.

Published : 21/05/13 15:49 PM
Wigan's relegation odds slashed


Latics survival hopes on the drift.

Published : 22/04/13 09:17 AM
Stoke cut in relegation scrap


Potters on the slide as threat of relegation looms.

Published : 15/04/13 09:51 AM
German firm favourites for goal line technology contract


GoalControl favourties for Premier League deal.

Published : 09/04/13 13:28 PM
Owen odds-on to score before retirement


Odds offered on Owen's future racing career.

Published : 19/03/13 14:03 PM

Manager: Mark Hughes

Full Name: Stoke City Football Club

Nickname: The Potters

Stadium: The Britannia Stadium

Capacity: 28,834

Chairman: Peter Coates

Owner: Peter Coates

Stoke Betting Info

When Stoke entered the Premier League in 2008, they were not the most attractive team on the eye it is fair to say. No, Tony Pulis created a formula that he knew would work and while it was combative, aggressive and downright smash-mouth football, it did just that - it worked.

The Potters have been a relatively comfortable Premier League since for the past nine years and they even made the FA Cup final against Manchester City in 2011. However, since the days of Rory Delap's long throw, Mark Hughes has taken the reigns and has sought to bring in a more pleasing style of football on the eye.

Stoke have some fine players in their grasp with Marko Arnautovic, Gianni Imbula, Ryan Shawcross and Xherdan Shaqiri all capable of playing for sides in European competition, but can Hughes add to his core and take Stoke to the next step, or is he in danger of losing what he has?