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2013/14 Review: March

PUBLISHED

10:00 14th June 2014

Potters record four wins and a draw in best-ever monthly points haul

1ST // Jonathan Walters' penalty threw a major spanner in the works of Arsenal's title credentials – as his late spot-kick recorded a superb 1-0 victory over Arsene Wenger's in-form side.

3RD // Skipper Ryan Shawcross hands out prizes and awards to City 7s members at the official presentation evening inside the Tony Waddington Suite.

4TH // Peter Odemwingie displayed his singing talents at the 'Meet the Club' event at the Knypersley and Biddluph Supporters Branch. The Nigerian international sang a number of songs, as he and Erik Pieters undertook a well-received question and answer session.

8TH // Jonathan Walters grabbed himself another goal from the penalty spot to draw his side level against Norwich City at Carrow Road, before being harshly dismissed just five minutes later. Despite, playing the remaining 15 minutes with ten men, the Potters held on for a crucial point.

10TH // All squad members take part in the official photo shoot ahead of this evening's 'End of Season Awards Dinner'. The theme being: 'Suited and Booted'.

11TH // Brek Shea was out and about in the community again as he gave his backing to the 'Show Racism the Red card' campaign at the Britannia Stadium.

15TH // Andy Carroll’s fifth minute goal gave West Ham an early lead at the Britannia Stadium, before strikes from Peter Crouch, Marko Arnautovic and a superb Peter Odemwingie effort completed a sensational comeback for mark Hughes' side.

18TH // Geoff Cameron joins pupils and staff at the Cheadle Academy as they kicked off a week-long campaign to raise money for Sport Relief.

19TH // The Club announced that Warrior would replace Adidas as the official kit-supplier from 2014/15 onwards. The American company will produce all home and away kits as well as all leisure and training wear.

23RD // The Sky Sports cameras beamed the Club’s biggest ever Premier League away victory out to millions of football fans around the country. Christian Benteke had seemingly given the home side control of the game, before Stoke stormed back to record a historic 4-1 hammering of the Villains courtesy of goals from Peter Odemwingie, Peter Crouch, Steven Nzonzi and Geoff Cameron.

29TH // Having climbed into the top ten for the first time since December, Peter Odemwingie cements the Potters place in the top-half of the table by grabbing his third goal in as many games to claim a 1-0 victory over Hull City.

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