Our football match prediction:
Goodison Park will host Saturday’s football match between Everton and Stoke City. The Toffees shared the spoils with Tottenham in their opener, but they did well to beat WBA at the Hawthorns on Matchday 2. It is more than obvious that the club chiefs made a right decision when they signed a contract with Ronald Koeman and we predict that the Dutch tactician is going to help the team improve their game. Stoke City played out a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough in their opener, but they were hammered by Manchester City at their Britannia Stadium at the weekend and it has to be noted that they experienced all sorts of problems at the back. Everton seem to be in a much better form than Stoke City at the moment and there is every chance the Toffees are going to emerge triumphant in Saturday’s football match.
Highlighted Player (Coleman):
Quite possibly the most talented footballer to have donned the Republic of Ireland jersey in the second decade of the 21st century, Seamus Coleman is an attacking full-back, who has been one of Everton’s best performers for quite some time. Plucked from lowly Sligo Rovers in 2009, the highly rated footballer took to Premier League like duck to water and went on to become one of the best right-sided defenders in the league. Coleman has developed a knack for scoring amazing goals, and he already has more than a dozen strikes in the Premier League. The talented footballer is still waiting for his first goal in the Republic of Ireland national team, but it is only a matter of time before he ends his international drought, even though that is not exactly his main job. The general consensus is that Coleman should have left Everton for a top club earlier in order to realise his full potential, but there is still time for the Irish footballer to grace the biggest stage.
Highlighted Team (Stoke City):
Stoke City FC (named Stoke FC until 1925) is an Enlgish football club from the city Stoke-on-Trent (located in the north of England). De club was founded in the year 1863 and next to Notts County FC the club from Stoke is the oldest professional football club worldwide. Different signs of Stoke City show that the club is foundedin1868. Currently Stoke City is playing in the Premier League. The home games of Stoke City are hosted in the Britania Stadium which holds a capacity for 29 000 spectators. The most known nickname of Stoke City FC is the Potters. The main club colors of the club are red and white. The away it is colored in blue. The only 3 prizes Stoke City managed to win so far are the League Cup in 1972 and the Football League Trophy twice (1992 and 2000). Famous players that played for Stoke City FC are: Ameobi, Gudjonhsen and Peter Crouch.