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Swansea relegated after defeat by Stoke

Swansea City's relegation from the Premier League was confirmed with defeat by Championship-bound Stoke as emotions ran high at the Liberty Stadium.

Charlie Adam: Stoke players ‘getting away with murder for a long time’

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam believes several of his teammates have been "getting away with murder for a long time" at the relegated club.

Stoke manager Paul Lambert laughs off £35m Jack Butland valuation

Stoke boss Paul Lambert has joked that £35 million would only be enough to buy one of Jack Butland's hands.

Paul Lambert: Stoke survival would rival Champions League win

Stoke boss Paul Lambert says keeping the club in the Premier League would be "up there" with winning the Champions League as a player.

Stoke cancel end-of-season awards dinner amid relegation fight

Stoke have cancelled their end-of-season awards dinner because the club feels it would be inappropriate to have such a celebration in a season which could end in relegation, Sky Sports reports.

Mauricio Pochettino: Stoke tougher opponents than Chelsea

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes Stoke will be tougher opponents than Chelsea when his side travel to the bet365 Stadium on Saturday.

Report: Mark Hughes favourite to land Southampton job

Former Stoke City boss Mark Hughes has emerged as the leading contender for the vacant manager's job at Southampton, ESPN reports.

Mourinho confidence undimmed by Stoke road bump

Jose Mourinho claimed his confidence in his Manchester United side remains intact despite seeing Stoke City end their perfect start to the Premier League season with a 2-2 draw.

Man City forward Wilfried Bony to have Swansea medical

Swansea manager Paul Clement is keen to strengthen his forward line after agreeing a deal to sell striker Fernando Llorente to Tottenham.

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