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Author Archives: Ian Cransons Knees

Stoke City 2014/15 Season Preview: In Bojan We Trust

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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Saturday ‘s match against Aston Villa marks the start of Stoke City’s 2014/15 Premier League season. Pre-season matches have been more about fitness than flash, with results being draws or close defeats, and a solitary victory against Real Betis at … Continue reading

Mark Hughes And His Impact On Stoke City

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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As a Stoke City supporter, I was initially quite despondent when Mark Hughes was appointed manager to replace Tony Pulis. Hughes switched Stoke’s style practically overnight to one that focused on playing the ball out from the back, passing for … Continue reading

In Praise of Danny Higginbotham, A New Pundit and Gibraltar Footballer

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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In this pervasive age of soccer coverage, I’m an unusual creature. If I’m not attending a live match in England, I very rarely watch the beautiful game on screen even when it’s my own team. I much prefer radio coverage, … Continue reading

A Tribute To Rory Delap, Who Recently Retired After 20 Years In The Game

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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I’ve reached an age now where I shouldn’t really have English football heroes; I should have grown out of it by now but English football gives you the excuse to behave like an eight year old, not an adult. Every … Continue reading

Recognizing the Important Role of a Kit Man and How Premier League Clubs Still Have an Impact on Local Communities

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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There are often people at different football clubs who play a pivotal role in the day-to-day running of the business who are often overlooked by the average football supporter. One example of this is the kit man, the person responsible … Continue reading