Premier League: Review of News - Stoke City, Tottenham Hotspur, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United

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Premier League: Review of News - Stoke City, Tottenham Hotspur, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United
Stoke City:
Tony Pulis wants the Stoke fans to help create a siege mentality at the Britannia Stadium. Tony was left infuriated by the refereeing decisions that went against his team as they slumped to a fifth straight defeat at Sunderland on Saturday. Pulis has claimed
that his team - and other smaller clubs in the Barclays Premier League - are getting a raw deal, and has told fans to get firmly behind the players.
"We know now that nobody gives a d**n about Stoke City except ourselves and we've got to get everybody behind the lads," he said. "The supporters will be massive for us now. We need them behind us raising the roof. What concerns me is that we have played
well in the last five games and got nothing to show for it. We have got to stick together - myself, the players and the supporters. Nobody gives a d**n about Stoke except everybody connected with the club."
Tottenham Hotspur:
The midfield maestro of Spurs, Niko Kranjcar says that his priority is to stay at White Hart Lane, but acknowledges that he may have to think through about his future if he is not given the starting eleven place at Tottenham.
"I feel great at Tottenham, so if I could play regularly for my team, then my first option would be to stay at White Hart Lane," said Kranjcar. "But if I don't play much, then I will have to look for other solutions. Nobody wants to be a reserve and that
goes for me too. I enjoy playing football, so that is the first thing on the agenda. If there is not enough space for me at Tottenham, then I will have to think about the next step in my career. I repeat - I feel great here, but if I don't play every game,
I feel a little bit empty."
West Bromwich Albion:
Baggies' talismanic goalkeeper has urged his team not to get dragged into top division survival battle after enduring back to back defeats. He said, "We know we need to get something from the next two games. We've had two successive losses, something we've
not had before this season, and something we're not used to. We need to get our heads around the Man City game quickly and try to get two results this week. Looking at the league table, the middle-part is very tight. We're only a couple of losses from being
dragged into the mix so we don't want that to happen."
Carson added, "Even when we've won this season, we've kept our feet on the ground and always looked to the next game. We need to do that with defeats too - but Wednesday (at West Ham) is a big game.
West Ham United:
Hammers' talented defender, Lars Jacobsen believes that his team should not be battling relegation zone despite giving away a two-goal lead at Blackpool.
He said, "We just have to get out of there (the bottom three). When you look at the team, look at the players, the way we play, we don't belong there. We have to get away from that position. We are bottom of the league and you could sense, when they scored
the first goal, a little bit of insecurity started to creep in. We stopped playing the football we had been playing for about 10-15 minutes and that was enough for Birmingham to score two goals and that was unfortunate. We have to learn from that but, having
said that, we played 75 minutes of brilliant football away from home and showed we definitely don't belong in the last position in the league."



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