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Oppositions View: Tony Pulis

Oppositions View: Tony Pulis
Stoke boss Pulis was all but ready to celebrate his side getting a point at St Andrews on Saturday, but his side forgot about Nikola Zigic who grabbed an injury time winner.

Pulis spoke after the game about how he felt the goal came about through the fault of goalkeeper Asmir Begovic who allowed David Bentley's shot to slip from his grasp before Cameron Jerome crossed for Zigic's winner.

He said: 'I didn't think we deserved to lose the game today. It's always a tough game coming here, playing Birmingham, but that's the way it goes at times.

'You have to play the time out. There were three minutes added on and I think they scored in the 93rd minute.

'Asmir really should have stopped it. It's just bobbled out of his hands. I don't think they've had a real shot or chance for 90 minutes.

'It had 0-0 written all over it. We had some very good opportunities which we didn't take. I couldn't see there being a winner.''


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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Monday February 14 2011
Time: 10:56AM

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What he meant to say was....'We are the most negative team there has ever been in the premier league and we bore everyone to death'
JJ McDuff
14/02/2011 10:58:00
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How Pathetic is huth, Hitting him on the hand and then 5 secands later going down like that, absolute disgrace. I thought our football was boring to watch but oh god stoke our in another league.
Jack Regan
14/02/2011 12:39:00
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good win for us ay, it was always gna be zidic, he deserves it, the amount of stick tht kid gets from the media and pundits is unfair, he's provin his worth and shutting his doubters up.
Original Prankster
14/02/2011 14:40:00
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