arrow-downarrow-leftarrow-uparrow-whiteArtboard 33back-to_ball-blueball-redball-whiteArtboard 10Artboard 10Artboard 10blockcameraArtboard 1 copy 4Artboard 1 copy 4Artboard 28close-blackclose-whiteclosecornerdownloaddropdown-bluedropdown-whiteextra timefacebookfilefree-cornerfreekickfull timegoal dissallowedgoal-headedPlayer1goal-othergoal-right-footgoalhalf timeinjuryinstagramkick offleft-arrow-blueleft-arrow-buttonlineupslive-flashinglive-scoresload-moreArtboard 13 copyArtboard 13 copy 2loginmenumin-by-minmissArtboard 12Artboard 12Artboard 12offisidepenalty awardedpen missedpen scoredpen scoredArtboard 1 copy 3Artboard 1 copy 3play-videoquote-bottomquote-topred-cardreport-bluereport-redright-arrow-blackright-arrow-blueright-arrow-whiteright-arrowsavesearchsecond-yellowArtboard 9Artboard 9Artboard 13Artboard 13Artboard 13speakerspeech-bubbles-bluespeech-bubbles-redArtboard 11Artboard 11Artboard 11opta-pitchsubstitutiontableswansea iconstimer-bluetimer-redtwitter-bluetwitterArtboard 29woodworkyellow-card

OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Christmas Is Coming


TONY PULIS helped to light up Stoke-on-Trent for Christmas on a night when people had to brave bad weather to see the big switch-on.

Stoke City's manager was one of the special guests bringing festive cheer to the city centre when he joined a number of other local celebrities who had enjoyed the honour of playing a part in the Olympic Torch Relay earlier this year.

Pulis had the distinction of switching on the Christmas lights at the annual event after being welcomed by the Lord Mayor Terry Crowe.

"It is a great honour and privilege to be asked to play a part in another major event in what has been a truly memorable year for the city," he said.

"Taking part in the torch relay back in May was an immensely proud moment and it was certainly a piece of history I wouldn't have missed for the world.

"Christmas is a very special time of the year for us all and this annual switch-on helps to get people in the mood for all the festive celebrations."

The event was hosted by Signal 1 Breakfast Show presenters Perry and Louise and also featured the Loveable Rogues as well as other performers.



Article tags: