Stoke City’s season is not really going to plan at the moment, with the Potters down in mid-table despite a summer spending spree.
Manager Gary Rowett has not yet managed to get his side playing to it’s full potential, and they once again dropped points yesterday as they allowed Reading back into the game in the dying minutes to snatch a 2-2 draw at the Madejski Stadium.
Rowett will no doubt be feeling an element of pressure, and with news emerging today that Martin O’Neill is available and potentially interesting Stoke, that pressure will continue to build.
However, we at FLW think that Rowett still should be afforded the time to get things right at the club, and moving him on just months into his tenure could well prove to be a bad move for the Potters.
With that in mind, we took a look at TWO reasons why Stoke need to stick with Rowett and not be tempted into making a move for former Ireland manager O’Neill…