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Potters' pre-season matches

Potters' pre-season matches

Stoke City have announced their pre-season fixtures.

Thursday June 29th - players report back for training

Sunday July 9th: Newcastle Town (Lyme Valley Stadium - 12.30pm)

Tuesday July 11th: Chester City (Saunders Honda Stadium - 7.45pm)

Wednesday July 12th - 19th: Tour of Austria
The Potters will be based in Bad Aussee, which is 180 miles south west of Vienna and will play two games of which only one has been confirmed at present - Turkish club Vestel Manisaspor

Tuesday July 25th: PSV Eindhoven (Britannia Stadium - 7.45pm)

Friday July 28th: Grimsby Town (Blundell Park - 7.30pm)


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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Tuesday June 20 2006
Time: 1:45PM

Comments

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Isn't the "European opposition" PSV Eindhoven? & yes, perhaps we should have a '6 pointer' vs. Standard Liege? Bet Bosser 'd be up for it.
stokebloke
20/06/2006 16:12:00
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Quick off the mark as usual Stokebloke. I've just updated the article. I agree, shame its not Standard - would have been an interesting game!
chrisb
20/06/2006 16:41:00
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The final game looks like it will be a good game for getting some money into the coffers and see how continental teams deal with Pulis' unusual style of "football".
FEn_100
20/06/2006 17:52:00
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we were going to austria and now pulis is and he proberly nicked the clubs we were going to play aswell. JUDAS
green giant 12
21/06/2006 00:41:00
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Down to earth with a bump with them fish fiddlers though eh? Time yet for some other good 'uns?
stokebloke
22/06/2006 14:08:00
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