Stoke City News
Written by Hitmix Local News on 10 March 2021
One of Stoke City’s players says he’s learning all the time.
Rhys Norrington-Davies who is on loan from Sheffield United says he’s progressing well since joining in January and wants to become a better player.
The left back netted his first goal for the club at the weekend in the victory over Wycombe.
John Coates, Tony Scholes and Michael O’Neill will be put under the spotlight later this month as Stoke City stages its annual Meet the Board evening.
The event, on Thursday, March 25, will be held virtually from the bet365 Stadium and streamed via a live feed on the Club’s official YouTube channel, but fans will still have chance to ask the questions they want answers.
Two of Stoke City’s injured stars have been providing supporters with an update.
Nathan Collins admits he still faces months on the sidelines while Tyrese Campbell has ditched the crutches.
Collins has a fracture in the base of his foot after landing awkwardly at Norwich and is expected to miss the rest of the season.Campbell is making progress on the knee ligament injury he suffered in December and says he has a comeback date in his own mind but won’t be drawn on when that might be.