Stoke City fans had a fairytale decade of watching their side in the top flight of English football after their promotion in 2008.
The Potters finished second that season under Tony Pulis, with the likes of Ricardo Fuller, Rory Delap and Liam Lawrence central to that.
When Stoke were promoted, they became classed as a fairly big club, so extended their stadium.
With the investments off the pitch came big transfers on it, as Pulis, and then Mark Hughes, managed to attract big names from the footballing world, not just English football.
Over the 10 year stint, Pulis and Hughes signed a high number of players, and while some were excellent, some failed to live up to the billing.
Here, we look at FOUR of the worst bits of business Stoke City have done…