Stoke chairman breaks silence for the first time this season: “I felt we should have a minimum requirement of being in the top-six”
15 May 2019
The Stoke chairman, Peter Coates, has talked about the club’s disappointing season.
He admits the club have underachieved and addressed how the club were unfortunate to appoint Gary Rowett as manager.
Peter Coates, chairman of Stoke, has come out into the open and, for the first time this season, made official statements.
In an interview with Stoke Sentinel he addressed just how disappointing this season in the Championship has been for The Potters, who finished in 16th place.
“We were hoping, obviously, to do much better,” said Coates and added:
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