Vital Football

Latest Stoke City News

Strachan set to snap up Kitson

Strachan set to snap up Kitson

Stoke striker Dave Kitson is set to be shipped out for another loan move away with Middlesbrough keen to sort a deal out. Kitson has been used only sparingly this season despite opening his goal scoring account for the Potters back in August.

But with the return to form of James Beattie and Ricardo Fuller and the return from injury of Mama Sidibe has left Kitson barely making it on to the bench in recent weeks.

Earlier on in the season it looked as if things had turned around for the £5.5 mil signing as he netted his first ever goal for the club from 30 yards against Leyton Orient. A well taken volley against Sunderland and a sublime finish against Bolton looked to have kick started his Potters career but he has since struggled to get in the team.

The Mirror reports a deal, which will see Kitson move to the Riverside, will go ahead next week and he will stay there until January, when both Middlesbrough and Stoke will decide if Dave should stay at the Brit or leave permanently.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Charlie Bennett
Date:Sunday November 15 2009
Time: 2:38PM

Comments

0
Why can't Pulis reward acheivement? Beattie has been injured and still doesn't look at his best but has managed to keep Kitson out of the team when he has looked like scoring when given a decent run out. Seems like poor man management; can't see Kitson wanting to perform for us anymore. Don't even get me started on Tuncay!
gagwhall
16/11/2009 09:28:00
0
I feel sorry for Dave, he has a good start and then cant get in the team. What more can he do? Any one else see Tuncay going the same way?
redandwhitestripemad
16/11/2009 17:11:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Stoke City Articles

Muniesa wins Manchester United Man of the Match poll

Centre half wins the MOTM poll

Everton thrash sorry Stoke

Classy Everton took all three points from the Britannia Stadium against a disjointed Stoke.

Goals from Aaron Lennon, Sheamus Coleman and a penalty from Romelu Lukaku gave the Toffees all three

Stats: Stoke City v Everton

All the stats from Stoke City (0) vs (3) Everton, Britannia Stadium, 6th Feburary 2016 3pm Att: 27,733

Team News: Stoke City v Everton: Defensive crisis

Potters struggle as defenders face late fitness tests

Archived Vital Stoke Articles

Vital Stoke articles from

Site Journalists

Lloyd Reddin
Profile
Tom Barker
Profile
Matthew Forrester
Profile
Phil Williams
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

MOTM v Everton
Suggested By:
Butland34%
Johnson0%
Muniesa0%
Wollscheid0%
Pieters0%
Whelan0%
Imbula44%
Afellay0%
Arnautovic0%
Shaqiri0%
Diouf0%
Ireland0%
Odemwingie22%
Joselu0%
ScoopDragon Premier League Network Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Leicester City 25 15 8 2 53 20
2 Spurs 25 13 9 3 48 26
3 Arsenal 25 14 6 5 48 17
4 Man City 25 14 5 6 47 21
5 Man Utd 25 11 8 6 41 10
6 West Ham 25 10 9 6 39 9
7 Southampton 25 10 7 8 37 9
8 Everton 25 8 11 6 35 12
9 Liverpool 25 9 8 8 35 -4
10 Watford 25 9 6 10 33 0
11 Stoke 25 9 6 10 33 -7
12 Crystal Palace 25 9 5 11 32 -4
13 Chelsea 25 7 9 9 30 -2
14 WBA 25 7 8 10 29 -9
15 AFC Bournemouth 25 7 7 11 28 -12
16 Swansea 25 6 9 10 27 -9
17 Newcastle 25 6 6 13 24 -18
18 Norwich 25 6 5 14 23 -20
19 Sunderland 25 5 5 15 20 -19
20 Aston Villa 25 3 7 15 16 -20
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Stoke City Fixtures (view all)

Feb 13 2016 3:00PM : AFC Bournemouth (a)
Barclays Premier League
Feb 27 2016 3:00PM : Aston Villa (H)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 2 2016 7:45PM : Newcastle United (H)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 5 2016 3:00PM : Chelsea (a)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 12 2016 3:00PM : Southampton (H)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 19 2016 3:00PM : Watford (a)
Barclays Premier League

Recent Stoke City Results (view all)