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Potters wheel out the Old Masters

Potters wheel out the Old Masters

Stoke City have announced their squad for their first foray into the Masters six-a-side tournament in Nottingham.

The event at the Nottingham Arena on Saturday 7th July (starting at 7.30pm) is the first time that the club have been chosen to field a team of Potters' veterans. They will be up against Nottingham Forest, Notts County and Derby County and the winners will progress to the national final at the Manchester MEN Arena on the 9th September.

The Stoke City squad is:
Ronnie Sinclair (1991-1996)
Ian Clarkson (1993-1996)
Ally Pickering (1996-1998)
John Dreyer (1994-1996)
Richard Forysth (1996-1999)
Phil Heath (1980-1988)
Nigel Gleghorn (1992-1997)
Tony Ellis (1989-1992)
Keith Scott (1994-1995)

If you fancy a trip to watch the old lags compete again in the red and white stripes, visit the Masters Football website on www.mastersfootball.com for ticket details. The competition can also be seen live on Sky Sports 1.



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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Thursday June 28 2007
Time: 8:51PM

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