Who had the best strike rate? Who had the best points left? We know people are screaming on their screens these days to check posts by Tony Pulis, whether he’s the opposition leader in this end of the week. But, carry with us, it is a reality that fourteen percent of all players who took part and played in the league for the Stoke City for the past so many years, were chosen by TP; there are 133 from Charlie Adam and Gabriel Zakuani.
The best scorer at the time was Ricardo Fuller. In the joint-second, it was Liam Lawrence and Gifton Noel Williams. But, the best beat rate was the Ade Akinbiyi at the top of James Beattie. Peter Crouch is fourth and ranked below Noel-Williams and over Fuller. Ryan Shawcross was the just man chosen over two hundred times, addition to 203 starters and then by Fuller, the present coach of Stoke, Rory Delap, Glenn Whelan, and Andy Wilkinson.
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Total 18 players over the pitch as subs, the name include Steve Guppy and Michael Owen from England, Hannes Sigurdsson, Toddy Gudjonsson and Eidur Gudjohnsen from Iceland, Brek Shea and Maurice Edu from the USA, Demar Phillips from Jamaica, Henri Camara from Senegal, Jeff Whitley and Martin Paterson from Northern Ireland.
The others are Marc Goodfellow and Adam Rooney, Jermaine Palmer, Anthony Pulis, Andrew Davies, Louis Moult, and Jurgen Vandeurzen.