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Stoke City V Newcastle United, Mar 19
Nkrumah (Arsenal) 5 years ago
Good game stoke city
Nkrumah (Arsenal) 5 years ago
What a goal Higginbotham
Nkrumah (Arsenal) 5 years ago
Great goal Fuller
Alwayswired86 (Stoke City) 5 years ago
As David Haye said    "More one sided than gang rape"
[account-removed] 5 years ago
WOW, what an intellectual that Haye is. Please gives us more insightful quotes, we yearn for more
Alwayswired86 (Stoke City) 5 years ago
Should be a interestimg game
Kevinmw1 (Manchester United) 5 years ago
Wow good result for stoke but Newcastle just fell apart. The result was a mix of bad mistakes from newcastle and some good play from stoke.

Great free kick goal that was fantastic
Bradsenal (Arsenal) 5 years ago
Wow stoke that must be their biggest win ever in the epl.  
Auron777 (Manchester United) 5 years ago
Did they miss Carroll?
Jack23 (Real Madrid) 5 years ago
Good job stokeee.... Newcastle.... Work on yuh game
Xtrem7 (Manchester United) 5 years ago
Too bad.... Newcastle were not playing against arsenal  The scoreline might have been levelled  
Spartan29 (Manchester United) 5 years ago
Stoke looked lethal today. Link up play worked like a dream. That goal from Higginbotham was a real blockbuster. With a team like this stoke should be battling it out in t top 10
Altocirrus (Manchester City) 5 years ago
Newcastle suck, but that Ferguson boy looked promising. He could be the next James Milner
TipsyMcStagger (Liverpool) 5 years ago
Where are the people criticising Stoke now?
Spartan (West Ham United) 5 years ago
Hate stoke! Like it's nothing else to mention but a win against West Ham, , hate stoke
StokeyLad (Stoke City) 5 years ago
They're all on the West Ham page TipsyMcStagger...
Cruyff14 (Manchester United) 5 years ago
Newcastle only shows up in big games- disappointing from them really against a side like Stoke which really isn't that great
Spartan (West Ham United) 5 years ago
Newcastle's two main mistakes first got rid of REAL coach, Second - a goal machine Carrol
Aydinho (Stoke City) 5 years ago

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