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stoke May 14, 2011

Post  Admin on Sat May 14, 2011 1:00 pm

Read a full match report of the FA Cup final game between Manchester City and Stoke City at Wembley on Saturday, May 14 2011. By Telegraph staff and agencies 5:17PM BST 14 May 2011 Manchester City's spending spree has finally delivered some silverware. Read Jeremy Wilson's review on how the players from both sides did as Manchester City ended their 35-year trophy drought by winning the FA Cup against Stoke. By Jeremy Wilson 5:41PM BST 14 May 2011 Limited in his involvement as Manchester City. It was somehow fitting that semi-final hero Yaya Toure - reportedly the highest paid player in the Barclays Premier League on 185000 a week - was the match-winner again today against Stoke, whose 148-year wait for FA Cup glory goes on.. PRICELESS: Jon Walters has been producing the goods in front of goal since joining Stoke from Ipswich. TONY Pulis says bargain-buy Jon Walters will lead by example when the Potters attempt to shock big-spending Manchester City at Wembley this afternoon. Eventually Stoke clear, but wow, Sorensen could easily have brought Tevez down there - he grabbed his leg only for Tevez to wrestle free. Now it's time for Stoke's first shot, with Kenwyne Jones and Jonathan Walters linking up only for Jones' effort to. Even the Italian didn't sound terribly convinced as he held court at City's Carrington training base, and it was not long before he was comparing what promises to be a fascinating game against Stoke City to the last domestic final at Wembley.. AIR WAVES: Former Stoke City keeper Steve Simonsen will be in the press box commenting on today's Wembley final. FORMER Stoke favourite Steve Simonsen always loved taking the mickey. but today he'll be taking the mike at Wembley.. The former Stoke captain, whose family still live in Barlaston, was desperate to get his hands on a seat for this afternoon's FA Cup final involving his old team-mates. But he was left sweating on that one priceless phone call to tell him there was a. WEMBLEY, England - Manchester City ended its 35-year trophy drought Saturday, winning the FA Cup on Yaya Toure's second-half goal in a 1-0 victory over Stoke. Toure struck with an unstoppable shot in the 74th minute. City will hold a parade through Manchester on May 23 after ending its 35-year trophy drought by beating Stoke at Wembley Stadium. And the parade to mark United winning a record 19th English title will take place a week later on May 30..


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