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Stoke need reinforcements virtually everywhere after miserable campaign

Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes take a long look at how the Premier League top 6 shaped out this season.
Mark Hughes and Stoke City had virtually nothing to celebrate this season.

A disappointing season, which picked up where the previous one ended, completed 18 months of misery under an increasingly floundering Mark Hughes.

Rating out of 10: 2

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Sadly, there has been very little to celebrate this season, making it nigh on impossible to pick even a solitary highlight from it. The manager himself was asked the same question, and his response was to champion draws against Manchester United and Manchester City, which gives a telling indication of just how underwhelming...

Crouch secures three points for Stoke vs. Saints as Butland performs heroics

Peter Crouch's towering header won Stoke City all three points as Southampton's barren home run continued.
Peter Crouch's towering header won Stoke City all three points as Southampton's barren home run continued.
Peter Crouch made good on a pre-match bet with a Stoke supporter after the Potters' 1-0 win at Southampton.

Stoke edged a nervous final-day encounter as they beat Southampton 1-0 in a game that neither side looked like winning until Peter Crouch rose to secure three points. The Potters started poorly in an unfamiliar 3-4-3 formation that caused them all manner of problems, gifting space and time to the opposition to send the ball into their penalty area virtually unopposed.

Stoke somehow managed to hang on until the break and reemerged for the second half back in Mark Hughes' tried-and-trusted shape of...

Stoke City's fall to bottom half is not a new development after steady decline

After a promising start in his first two seasons at Stoke, Mark Hughes' side have been in decline for the past 18 months.

A 4-1 defeat against Arsenal in their last game was a result that guaranteed a finish outside of the top 10 for the first time in Mark Hughes' tenure at Stoke. In fact, aside from his spell with Queens Park Rangers, when given a full season anywhere, he has never finished in the bottom half of the Premier League.

In that respect, on paper it would suggest that his latest campaign was somewhat of a blip. But with all things considered, the league table does not tell the whole story. For example,...

Stoke put in pathetic performance in defence and attack vs. Arsenal

Arsene Wenger praises Arsenal's emphatic win over Stoke, and the quality possessed by star man Alexis Sanchez.

Stoke arguably saved their most pathetic showing of the season for last in front of their home fans; most of whom were long gone before the final whistle was blown on their 4-1 loss to Arsenal.

The Gunners won't have had an easier victory all season in what looked like a training game between men and boys as Mark Hughes' side signed off their home campaign in shame. The Potters surrendered possession entirely and did little to stem the waves of relentless attacks on their goal, with the only surprise...

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Arsenal ramp up pressure on the top four after routing Stoke City 4-1

As Arsenal inch towards the Premier League top 4, Shaka Hislop says the pressure has now shifted onto Liverpool.

STOKE-ON-TRENT, England -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's 4-1 Premier League win over Stoke City on Saturday at the bet365 Stadium.

1. Arsenal ramp up pressure in top-four chase

Arsenal might just be coming good at exactly the right time. The most convincing of victories at Stoke piles pressure on Liverpool to win at West Ham on Sunday, and should they fail, the Gunners will suddenly be in the driving seat for a top-four finish. Two goals from Olivier Giroud along with fine efforts from...

Stoke look to extend Arsenal's frustration in Champions League chase

Mark Hughes and Arsene Wenger, who have both seen better days, renew acquaintances this Saturday.

Home games against Arsenal have always proved popular fare for Stoke fans, who have more than enjoyed the upper hand in the fixture since their arrival back in the top flight. The Potters have lost just one of the eight games they have contested against Arsene Wenger's men on home soil during their time in the Premier League, a run they will be keen to extend on Saturday.

It's a game that needs little in the way of added spice, but on this occasion the usual hostilities will be supplemented by the...