Watch EPL Live: Machester United Vs Stoke City on JOY Sports on Multi TV

first_imgTune in to JOYSports and ADOM TV on MULTI TV this and every Saturday for live action from the English Premier League as Manchester United taking on the stubborn Stoke City @ 2:00pm prompt.Expert Pre-match analyses with Kwame Dwomoh-Agyemang and his team commences at 1:30pm with Kick off at 2:00pm. Remember that this game is exclusive to JOYSports, your 24 Sports Channel on Multi TV.MATCH FACTSSir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography may have given Manchester United a sly boost by resurrecting his beloved siege mentality. The only current player to come under quote worthy criticism, Wayne Rooney, has merely reaffirmed his allegiance to David Moyes – a manager many doomsayers predicted he wouldn’t work well with – and once more the Old Trafford gates clang shut to outsiders.Rooney went on to inspire a narrow but important defeat of Real Sociedad, and few would doubt he could do the same against struggling Stoke; with Norwich (in the League Cup), Fulham and Sociedad up next, United could build a fair head of steam before meeting Arsenal. Crisis?What crisis?  Three little points but eight huge places below Moyes, Mark Hughes has a similar job on: changing the attitudes of a club dominated by its previous manager. At least it’s a change that most fans and players wanted, but Stoke wouldn’t have chosen to be 16th, just a point above the relegation zone.  JOY Sports ………….. the thrill of the gamelast_img

first_imgTune in to JOYSports and ADOM TV on MULTI TV this and every Saturday for live action from the English Premier League as Manchester United taking on the stubborn Stoke City @ 2:00pm prompt.Expert Pre-match analyses with Kwame Dwomoh-Agyemang and his team commences at 1:30pm with Kick off at 2:00pm. Remember that this game is exclusive to JOYSports, your 24 Sports Channel on Multi TV.MATCH FACTSSir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography may have given Manchester United a sly boost by resurrecting his beloved siege mentality. The only current player to come under quote worthy criticism, Wayne Rooney, has merely reaffirmed his allegiance to David Moyes – a manager many doomsayers predicted he wouldn’t work well with – and once more the Old Trafford gates clang shut to outsiders.Rooney went on to inspire a narrow but important defeat of Real Sociedad, and few would doubt he could do the same against struggling Stoke; with Norwich (in the League Cup), Fulham and Sociedad up next, United could build a fair head of steam before meeting Arsenal. Crisis?What crisis?  Three little points but eight huge places below Moyes, Mark Hughes has a similar job on: changing the attitudes of a club dominated by its previous manager. At least it’s a change that most fans and players wanted, but Stoke wouldn’t have chosen to be 16th, just a point above the relegation zone.  JOY Sports ………….. the thrill of the gamelast_img

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