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November 30, 2010
Posted by James Whittaker on 11/30/2010

…and class seems to be one of them, as Mancini and his millionaires were once again humbled at the Brit as he and his side put more effort into moaning and keeping warm than taking the 3 points that would put them level on points with Chelsea.

November 23, 2010
Posted by James Whittaker on 11/23/2010

Stoke recorded their biggest away win in the Premier League and in doing so scored 3 goals, achieved 3 points and for the first time since promotion achieved 3 back to back wins.

November 16, 2010
Posted by James Whittaker on 11/16/2010

Stoke dominated from the first whistle to the last as Roy's Revival went to Pot as his side came unstuck at the Britannia.

November 10, 2010
Posted by James Whittaker on 11/10/2010

Apologies for the delay in getting something up but the defeat against Sunderland and the circumstances surrounding it really flattened me. Once again, the referee made a huge mistake and Stoke were robbed for the 4th time in as many games as far as stonewall decisions go.

November 2, 2010
Posted by James Whittaker on 11/02/2010

Stoke were once again left dumbfounded by another poor refereeing decision as they came away with nothing from Goodison Park having had a perfectly good goal from Tuncay disallowed. The result made it 4 defeats on the bounce for the Potters but all is far from lost as the football during this period has been good and the team selections positive, but the process of change is one that will take time.

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James Whittaker James Whittaker is a football writer and ardent Stoke fan. Having moved to Leeds as a youngster his father refused to take him to his local Championship winning side and instead insisted he chose the Third Division team of his forefathers, Stoke City. Since then there has been no looking back and having been brought up on a diet of Dave Rowson, Kyle Lightbourne and John Gayle, is now embracing the dizzy heights of the top flight for the first time in his life. Fiercely loyal, though always welcoming sensible chat and debate, you can find him on Twitter @ESPN_Stoke

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