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Stoke: We can do it!

Stoke: We can do it!

Stoke players are rallying to the cause as they prepare for Saturday's big test against Liverpool at Anfield.

Potters' skipper, Andy Grfffin, Rory Delap and Ibrahima Sonko have all been calling for fans to keep the faith ahead of the clash. Sonko has been reminding everyone that his former club, Reading beat Liverpool at home last December and revealed that the secret is not to change the game plan just because you're playing one of the so-called 'big four'.

Stoke are hoping that their no-so-secret weapon, Rory Delap, can unsettle the Reds in much the same way as Aston Villa and Everton.

With the Kop still revelling in their victory over Manchester United last weekend and the midweek win over Marseille in the Champions League it's going to be tough task but Stoke must just go and believe and you just never know.....




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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Thursday September 18 2008
Time: 10:05PM

Comments

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As a Liverpool fan I dont think you lot can win, but you will scare the ****e out of me with them long throws!!!
Eusebio
19/09/2008 11:07:00
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So, now after the match...everything I can say (as lfc fan) is congratilations for the big draw at enfield. But the Stoke's way of playing was frustrating for us, and a litle bit unfair!
Bosko-Macedonia
21/09/2008 01:46:00
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You can you can you can do it
Red Wimp
25/09/2008 22:57:00
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