Tuesday, 17 April 2018

I'm really proud of my team - Stoke manager Defiant Lambert on draw with West Ham

Stoke manager Paul Lambert remained upbeat on Stoke City's survival chances despite Andy Carroll's 90th-minute goal denying them victory at West Ham on Monday night.
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Peter Crouch's 79th-minute goal looked set to see the Potters move within one win of safety with four games to play , but they are now five points adrift of 17th-placed Swansea who have a game in hand.

Stoke's position looks perilous after they failed to pick up a win in their last 10 matches, but their manager believes they are still in the scrap to stay up this season.

He said "I'm really proud of the team and if we keep doing what we're doing then we will certainly be in the mix, I have great belief. We've had some really good games and we've just been really unfortunate with Lady Luck. With effort, commitment and the way we are playing then we will see what happens. I've never really had a problem with lifting the lads. They have been an absolute credit to the club in the way they've worked and the way they are doing everything to stay in the league. If they'd done that at the start of the season there'd be no way they'd be in this position, absolutely no way. I came in at a late time, but I absolutely love it and we are well in the fight."

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