Soccer-Stoke must stop Palace counter-attacks, says Hughes
Yahoo News - about 1 year
Stoke City must stop Crystal Palace from imposing their counter-attacking style of play in Saturday's Premier League game, manager Mark Hughes has said. The Potters, who are 11th in the table, head into the match knowing a win over sixth-placed Palace could lift them to seventh. With the team and the weapons they have, it lends itself better to playing away." The Potters are the lowest scoring team, along with bottom side Aston Villa, in the league, having netted 13 times in 16 games, but the 52-year-old remains optimistic his side can regain their killer instinct in front of goal.
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